Samina Quratulain
Samina Quratulain
Associate Professor, College of Business Administration, University of Sharjah, UAE
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Episodic envy and counterproductive work behaviors: Is more justice always good?
AK Khan, S Quratulain, C M. Bell
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (1), 128-144, 2014
The mediating role of discrete emotions in the relationship between injustice and counterproductive work behaviors: A study in Pakistan
AK Khan, S Quratulain, JR Crawshaw
Journal of business and psychology 28 (1), 49-61, 2013
When and how subordinate performance leads to abusive supervision: A social dominance perspective
AK Khan, S Moss, S Quratulain, I Hameed
Journal of Management 44 (7), 2801-2826, 2018
Red tape, resigned satisfaction, public service motivation, and negative employee attitudes and behaviors: Testing a model of moderated mediation
S Quratulain, AK Khan
Review of Public Personnel Administration 35 (4), 307-332, 2015
How does employees’ public service motivation get affected? A conditional process analysis of the effects of person–job fit and work pressure
S Quratulain, AK Khan
Public Personnel Management 44 (2), 266-289, 2015
A study of employee affective organizational commitment and retention in Pakistan: The roles of psychological contract breach and norms of reciprocity
S Quratulain, AK Khan, JR Crawshaw, GA Arain, I Hameed
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (17), 2552-2579, 2018
Envy and counterproductive work behaviors: Is more fairness always preferred
AK Khan, JM Peretti, S Quratulain
20th AGRH Conference (9th-11th Septembre 2009, Toulouse, France) of the …, 2009
Inclusive leadership and innovative work behavior: examination of LMX perspective in small capitalized textile firms
B Javed, AK Khan, S Quratulain
The Journal of psychology 152 (8), 594-612, 2018
Double jeopardy: Subordinates’ worldviews and poor performance as predictors of abusive supervision
AK Khan, S Quratulain, JR Crawshaw
Journal of Business and Psychology 32 (2), 165-178, 2017
Do frontline employees cope effectively with abusive supervision and customer incivility? Testing the effect of employee resilience
MA Al-Hawari, S Bani-Melhem, S Quratulain
Journal of Business and Psychology, 1-18, 2019
The two faces of envy: Perceived opportunity to perform as a moderator of envy manifestation
AK Khan, CM Bell, S Quratulain
Personnel Review, 2017
The moderating impact of Hofstede’s cultural dimensions on the relationship between organisational justice and organisational citizenship behaviours: a study in Pakistani work …
S Quratulain, AK Khan, JM Peretti
European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management 2 (2), 149-171, 2012
Organizational Justice, Discrete Emotions and Counterproductive Work Behaviors
A Khan, S Quratulain, J Peretti
25th annual meeting of “Society for industrial and organizational psychology, 2010
Procedural fairness, public service motives, and employee work outcomes: Evidence from Pakistani public service organizations
S Quratulain, AK Khan, M Sabharwal
Review of Public Personnel Administration 39 (2), 276-299, 2019
Emotional reactions to perceived injustice: Anger, envy, or sadness
AK Khan, S Qurantulain, N Sultana, JM Peretti
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 4 (7), 125-138, 2009
Customer incivility and frontline employees’ revenge intentions: interaction effects of employee empowerment and turnover intentions
S Bani-Melhem, S Quratulain, MA Al-Hawari
Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management 29 (4), 450-470, 2020
Abusive supervision and frontline employees’ attitudinal outcomes
MA Al-Hawari, S Bani-Melhem, S Quratulain
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2020
Supervisor’s Machiavellianism, Subordinate Performance And Abusive Supervision
AK Khan, S Qurat-ul-ain
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 12983, 2017
Political skill, proactive work behavior, need satisfaction, and perceived organizational politics
A Ejaz, S Qurat-ul-ain, D Lacaze
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 12787, 2017
Benign envy and malicious envy: Relative deprivation, anomie, and perceived opportunity
AK Khan, S Qurat-ul-ain, CM Bell
Academy of Management Proceedings 2012 (1), 15547, 2012
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