Pandemics : Implications for Research and Practice in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

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Rudolph, Cort
Allan, Blake
Clark, Malissa
Hertel, Guido
Hirschi, Andreas
Shockley, Kristen
Shoss, Mindy
Zacher, Hannes
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Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Cambridge University Press. 2021, 14(1-2), pp. 1-35. ISSN 1754-9426. eISSN 1754-9434. Available under: doi: 10.1017/iop.2020.48
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Pandemics have historically shaped the world of work in various ways. With COVID-19 presenting as a global pandemic, there is much speculation about the impact that this crisis will have for the future of work and for people working in organizations. In this article, we discuss 10 of the most relevant research and practice topics in the field of industrial and organizational (IO) psychology that will likely be impacted by COVID-19. For each of these topics, the pandemic crisis is creating new work-related challenges, but also presenting various opportunities. The topics discussed herein include occupational health and safety, work-family issues, telecommuting, virtual teamwork, job insecurity, precarious work, leadership, human resources policy, the aging workforce, and careers. This article sets the stage for further discussion of various ways in which IO psychology research and practice can address the impacts of COVID- 19 for work and organizational processes that are affecting workers now and will shape the future of work and organizations in both the short and long term. This article concludes by inviting IO psychology researchers and practitioners to address the challenges and opportunities of COVID-19 head-on by proactively innovating the work that we do in support of workers, organizations, and society as a whole.

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Pandemic; Crisis; Novel Coronavirus; COVID-19; SARS-CoV-2
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ISO 690RUDOLPH, Cort, Blake ALLAN, Malissa CLARK, Guido HERTEL, Andreas HIRSCHI, Florian KUNZE, Kristen SHOCKLEY, Mindy SHOSS, Sabine SONNENTAG, Hannes ZACHER, 2021. Pandemics : Implications for Research and Practice in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. In: Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Cambridge University Press. 2021, 14(1-2), pp. 1-35. ISSN 1754-9426. eISSN 1754-9434. Available under: doi: 10.1017/iop.2020.48
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  journal={Industrial and Organizational Psychology},
  pages={1--35},
  author={Rudolph, Cort and Allan, Blake and Clark, Malissa and Hertel, Guido and Hirschi, Andreas and Kunze, Florian and Shockley, Kristen and Shoss, Mindy and Sonnentag, Sabine and Zacher, Hannes}
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