Sauder School of Business
Professor, Marketing and Behavioural Science Division
Daniel is the Edgar Kaiser Professor of Organizational Behaviour at the Sauder School of Business. He has taught executive programs in organizations across North and South America, Europe and Asia. His clients have included VanCity, Rocky Mountaineer and Glaxo. An active educator, he has won numerous teaching and international research awards. His interests focus on workplace mindfulness and how people respond to justice and injustice at work.
- Organization Justice and Human Resource Management
- Retaliation and Sabotage in the workplace
- Mindfulness and Workplace Performance
Selected Recent Publications
- Rupp, D. E., Shao. R., Skarlicki, D. P., Paddock, L., Kim, T. Y., & Nadisic, T. (2018). Corporate social responsibility and employee engagement: The moderating role of Self-Determination and Individualism. Journal of Organizational Behavior.
- Skarlicki, D., Kay, A., Aquino, K., & Fushtey, D. (2017). Must heads roll? A critique of and alternate approaches to swift blame. Academy of Management Perspectives, 31(3), 1-17. doi:10.5465/amp.2015.0118
- • Rupp, D., Shapiro, D., Folger, R., Skarlicki, D. P., & Shao, R. (2017). A critical analysis of the conceptualization and measurement of ‘organizational justice’: Is it time for reassessment? Academy of Management Annals. 11(2), 919 - 959. doi.org/10.5465/annals.2014.0051
- Walker, D., van Jaarsveld, D., & Skarlicki, D.P.(2017). "Sticks and stones can break my bones but words can also hurt me: The relationship between customer verbal aggression and employe incivility." Journal of Applied Psychology, 102(2) 163-179.
- O’Reilly, J., Aquino, K., & Skarlicki, D.P. (2016). The lives of others: Third parties’ responses to others’ injustice. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101(2), 171-189.
- Skarlicki. D. P., van Jaarsveld, D., Shao, R., Song, Y. & Wang, M. (2016). Extending multifoci justice: The role of supervisor justice and moral identity in the relationship between customer justice and customer-directed sabotage. Journal of Applied Psychology. 101, 108-121.