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David Zweig

David Zweig

Chair, Department of Management, University of Toronto-Scarborough
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and HR Management, Department of Management, University of Toronto Scarborough

Degrees:

PhD, University of Waterloo
MASc, University of Waterloo
BA, University of Waterloo

Phone:

(416) 287-5613

Bio

David Zweig is Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour and HR Management and Chair of the Department of Management at the University of Toronto-Scarborough. He holds a cross-appointment to the Organizational Behaviour and HR Management area at Rotman.  David’s current research focuses on exploring knowledge hiding in organizations, investigating the antecedents and outcomes of organizational cynicism, and workplace privacy. He teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in Organizational Behavior and HR Recruitment and Selection.

Academic Positions

  • 2011-Current

    Chair, Department of Management, UTSC, University of Toronto

  • 2006-Present

    Associate Professor, University of Toronto

  • 2001-2006

    Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior, University of Toronto

  • 1999-2001

    Instructor, Department of Psychology, University of Waterloo

Non-Academic Positions

  • 1997-1998

    Management Consultant, Saville and Holdsworth Ltd.

Selected Publications - Papers

  • Understanding and Mitigating Cynicism in the Workplace.

    Scott, K.A., & Zweig, D.

    Journal of Managerial Psychology

    Issue:in press

  • Too Drained to Help: A Resource Depletion Perspective on Daily Interpersonal Citizenship Behaviors.

    Trougakos, J.T., Hideg, I., Cheng, B., Beal, D., & Zweig, D.

    Journal of Applied Psychology

    Issue:100

    2015

    Pages: 227-236

  • Hidden Consequences: Anticipated and unanticipated reactions to knowledge hiding in organizations

    Connelly, C., Zweig, D.

    European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.

    2014

    Pages: 1-11

  • I’m busy (and competitive)! Antecedents of knowledge sharing under pressure.

    Connelly, C., Ford, D.P., Turel, O., Gallupe, B., & Zweig, D.

    Knowledge Management Research and Practice

    Issue:12

    2014

    Pages: 74-85

  • Knowledge hiding in organizations.

    Connelly, C., Zweig, D., Webster, J., & Trougakos, J.

    Journal of Organizational Behavior

    Issue:33

    2012

    Pages: 64-88

  • An Examination of the Relationships Between Positive Affective Experiences and Knowledge Sharing.

    Trougakos, J., Zweig, D., & Tangrila, S.

    Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

    2010

  • Do Promises Matter? The Role of Promises in Psychological Contract Breach

    Montes, S., Zweig, D.

    Journal of Applied Psychology

    Issue:94 (5)

    2009

    Pages: 1243-1260

  • When unfairness matters most: Supervisory violations of electronic monitoring practices.

    D. Zweig & K. Scott

    Human Resources Management Journal

    Issue:17 (3)

    2007

    Pages: 227-247

  • Organizational socialization tactics and newcomer proactive behavior: An integrative study.

    Gruman, J., Saks, A. & Zweig, D.

    Journal of Vocational Behavior

    Issue:69

    2006

    Pages: 90-104

  • Common Pathways to Health and Performance: Young Workers' Job Self-Efficacy and Affect

    Lubbers, R., Loughlin, C., & Zweig, D.

    Journal of Vocational Behavior

    2005

    Pages: pp. 199-214

  • Developing a Nomological Network for Interview Structure: Antecedents and Consequences of the Structured Selection Interview

    Chapman, D., & Zweig, D

    Personnel Psychology

    2005

    Pages: pp. 673-702

  • What are we measuring? An examination of the relationships between goal orientation, the big-five personality traits and performance intentions

    Zweig, D., & Webster, J.

    Personality and Individual Differences

    Issue:36, (7)

    2004

    Pages: pp. 1693-1708

  • Where is the line between benign and invasive? An examination of psychological barriers to the acceptance of awareness monitoring systems

    Zweig, D., & Webster, J.

    Journal of Organizational Behavior

    Issue:23

    2002

    Pages: pp. 605-633

Selected Publications - Books and Chapters

  • Zweig, D. (2005). Beyond Privacy and Fairness Concerns: Examining Psychological Boundary Violations as a Consequence of Electronic Performance Monitoring. In J. Weckert, (Ed.), Electronic Monitoring in the Workplace: Controversies and Solutions.

  • Beyond Knowledge Sharing: Withholding Knowledge at Work.

    Webster, J., Brown, G., Zweig, D., Connelly, C., Brodt, S., & Simkin, S.

    Emerald, JAI Press

    Issue:27

    2008

  • Making the decision to monitor in the workplace: Cybernetic models and the illusion of control.

    Zweig, D. & Webster, J, & Scott, K.

    Oxford University Press

    2008

Recent Presentations

  • From the Referee's Perspective: The Impact of Personal Characteristics and Referee Reactions on Letters of Recommendation

    McCarthy, J., Zweig, D., & Goffin, R.

    Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA, April, 2005

  • Testing PCT 2.0: Assimilation in the maintenance phase.

    Montes, S., & Zweig, D., Griep, Y.

    European Association of Work and organizational Psychology

    2015

  • Do Promises Matter to the Psychological Contract? Only to your most difficult employees.

    Montes, S., & Zweig, D.

    Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

    2014

  • Dispositional Antecedents and Situation Moderators of Organizational Cynicism.

    Scott, K.A., & Zweig, D.

    Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

    2013

  • Social construals of knowledge hiding in organizations: Perceived consequences of others’ and own knowledge hiding.

    Connelly, C., & Zweig, D.

    Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology,

    2012

  • Too Drained to Help: A Resource Depletion Perspective on Daily Interpersonal Citizenship Behaviors.

    Trougakos, J.T., Hideg, I., Cheng, B., & Zweig, D.

    Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

    2012

  • An examination of the relationships between positive affective experiences and knowledge sharing

    Trougakos, J., Zweig, D., & Tangrila, S.

    Symposium paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

    2010

  • Do Promises Matter? The Role of Promises in Psychological Contract Breach.

    Montes, S., & Zweig, D.

    Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

    Issue:April

    2009

  • Dyadic knowledge transfer at work: Exploring the role of emotions for requestors and request recipients

    Trougakos, J., & Zweig, D.

    Academy of Management

    Issue:August

    2008

  • Exploring relationships between organizational cynicism, voice and job satisfaction.

    Scott, K., & Zweig, D.

    Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

    Issue:April

    2008

  • I’m not telling: Exploring knowledge hiding and emotion regulation in organizations

    Zweig, D., Trougakos, J., Connelly, C.

    Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

    Issue:April

    2008

  • Don’t say a word. Explaining knowledge hiding in organizations.

    Connelly, C., Zweig, D., & Webster, J.

    Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX

    Issue:April

    2006

  • The Privacy Implications of Radio Frequency Identification Tracking Technologies.

    D. Zweig

    Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

    Issue:August

    2006

  • Beyond Privacy: The Mediating Role of Psychological Contract Breach in the Relationship Between Knowledge-Based Marketing Practices and Attitudes.

    Zweig, D. & Aggarwal, P.

    Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Consumer Research. Portland, OR.

    Issue:October

    2004

  • Are all virtual presence technologies alike? Uncovering different patters of privacy and fairness concerns

    Zweig, D., Cameron, A.F., & Webster, J.

    Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Academy of Management. Seattle, WA.

    Issue:August

    2003

  • When unfairness matters most: Supervisory violations of electronic monitoring practices

    Zweig, D. & Scott, K.

    Paper presented at the 18th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL

    Issue:April

    2003

  • Identifying the boundaries around organizational monitoring practices

    Zweig, D.

    Presented at the 63rd Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association. Vancouver, BC

    2002

  • Individual differences and employee monitoring

    Zweig, D. & Webster, J.

    Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Chicago, IL

    2002

  • Personality as a moderator of monitoring acceptance

    Zweig, D., & Webster, J.

    Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Academy of Management. Denver, CO

    2002

  • Reducing prejudice via the internet

    Zweig, D., Zanna, M., & Lau, A.

    Paper presented at the Annual SPSSI conference (The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues). Toronto, ON

    2002

Research and Teaching Interests

My teaching interests lie in Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and Research Methods.

My research examines organizational monitoring practices, knowledge hiding in organizations, the use of structured interviews in selection and bias in human resource selection practices.

Honors and Awards

  • 2000

    Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Waterloo

  • 2002

    IAHRR (International Alliance for Human Resources Researchers) Award for best HR related dissertation,

  • 2003-2007

    Initiative on the New Economy Collaborative Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities

  • 2003-2005

    New Staff Matching Research Grant, University of Toronto

  • 2007-2010

    Research Grant, SSHRC

  • 2003-2006

    Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)

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