Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies
Integrated Phd Researcher
Organizational climate and culture; Human resource Management; Social responsability; Work and well-being; Service quality
Associate Professor with ISCTE-IUL Aggregation and lecturer in graduate and postgraduate courses, in the subjects of Social and Organizational Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. Researcher at CIS, at UNIDE-IUL and now at DYNAMIA, he has been advising students of master's and doctoral degrees in topics related to organizational climate and culture, human resource management, social responsibility, work and well-being and the quality of service. He is the author of several national and international publications divided between books, book chapters, technical and scientific articles. Advances in Psychology Study, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, International Journal of Quality Assurance Health Care, Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Management Research: The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, Personnel Review, Psychology, Psychology: and practice, Revista de Psicologia Militar, Revista Portuguesa e Brasileira de Gestão, Psychologica, are some of the journals where the research has been published.
Manual of Psychosociology of Organizations (McGrow-Hill-2000-2010; School publisher since 2011); Manual of personal, interpersonal and instrumental skills, (Sílabo 2006, 1st ed., 2008, 2nd edition, 2015, 3rd edition), Health with success (Bnomics, 2015); Research on ethics and social responsibility, (Iscte-iul, 2012); Organizational climate, organizational culture and human resource management (RH, ed., 2000); Quality of service, Sílabo, 2017), are books in co-authorship.
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research project at dinâmia'cet-Iscte
The activities of research in development aim to contribute to the deepening of the literature on social responsibility (RS) of organizations, particularly on the way the concept is apprehended by individuals and the relationship between the perception of the involvement of organizations in SR practices and attitudes and the behavior of individuals in the work context.The work plan contemplates the accomplishment of several empirical studies with more complex drawings and of a more comprehensive character, namely qualitative study of mapping of the national investigation, transnational study of conceptualization of the construct, multilevel study of evaluation of the effect of SR on the satisfaction in the work and , finally meta-analysis of studies focusing on the relationship between SR and attitudes at work.For systematization purposes, the studies are organized into five main lines of research:a) Mediators of the relationship between perceived RS, attitudes and work behaviorsb) Moderators of the relationship between perceived RS, attitudes and work behaviorsc) Impact of perceived SR on the attitudes and behaviors of future employeesd) Analysis of RS in a multistakeholder perspectivee) Issues adjacent to SR, including sustainability and business ethics
Link to DINÂMIA'CET-IUL identifying mission:
Work is one of the central variables of one of DCs research lines. Therefore, the contribution of this plan enriches the knowledge of this variable at a more micro level, that is, it aids in the understanding of the attitudes and behaviors of the individuals in the work context as a reflection of the organizations perception of investment in social responsibility practices. Investing in such RS practices means innovating in management, insofar as it is necessary to integrate the interests of multistakeholders into the organizations strategies and policies. Likewise, the relationship between business / companies and society should be clearer.
Duarte, A. P., Gomes, D. R. & Neves, J. G. (2015). Tell me your socially responsible practices, I will tell you how attractive for recruitment you are! The impact of perceived CSR on organizational attractiveness. TÉKHNE-Review of Applied Management Studies, (pp: 22-29).
Gomes, D. R. & Neves, J. (2014). Contextos e processos que explicam a atracção de candidatos às organizações: contributo para compreender o recrutamento de colaboradores. In J. F. S. Gomes & F. Cesário (Eds), , (cap.4, pp:141-178), Lisboa, Escolar editora.
Duarte, A. P., Gomes, D. & Neves, J. (2014). Finding the jigsaw piece for our jigsaw puzzle with corporate social responsibility: the impact of CSR on prospective applicants’ responses, Management Research: The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, Vol. 12 (3), pp. 240 – 258.
Gonçalves, S. P. & Neves, J. (2011). Factorial validation of Warr’s (1990) Well-Being Measure: A Sample Study on Police Officers, 7, 706-712.
Gomes, D. R: & Neves, J. G. (2011). Organizational attractiveness and prospective applicant’s intentions to apply. Personnel Review, Vol. 40 (6), pp. 684 – 689.
Coordenador do Projecto FCT – (PTDC/PSI-PSO/113476/2009) - Trabalho temporário: Implicações para a relação indivíduo-trabalho
Coordenador do – Relações de trabalho em mudança: compreender as implicações das novas relações de trabalho para indivíduos e organizações