Selected Journal Articles

  1. Fisher, S. L., & Connelly, C. E. (2020). Building the “Business Case” for Hiring People with Disabilities: A Financial Cost-Benefit Analysis Methodology and ExampleCanadian Journal of Disability Studies9(4), 71-88.

  2. Cooke, S. J., Nguyen, V. M., Anastakis, D., Scott, S. D., Turetsky, M. R., Amirfazli, A., Hearn, A., Milton, C. E., Loewen, L., Smith, E. E., Norris, D. R., Lavoie, K. L., Aiken, A., Ansari, D., Antle, A. N., Babel, M., Bailey, J., Bernstein, D. M., Birnbaum, R., ... Woolford, A. (2020). Diverse perspectives on interdisciplinarity from Members of the College of the Royal Society of Canada. FACETS, 5(1), 138-165.

  3. Bonaccio, S., Connelly, C.E., Gellatly, I.R., Jetha, A., & Martin Ginis, K.A. (2020). The participation of people with disabilities in the workplace across the employment cycle: Employer concerns and research evidence. Journal of Business and Psychology35(2), 135-158.

  4. Babič, K., Černe, M., Connelly, C.E., Dysvik, A., & Škerlavaj, M. (2019). Are we in this together? Knowledge hiding in teams, collective prosocial motivation and leader-member exchange. Journal of Knowledge Management, 23(8), 1502-1522.

  5. Connelly, C. E., Černe, M., Dysvik, A., & Škerlavaj, M. (2019). Understanding knowledge hiding in organizations. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 40(7), 779-782.

  6. Hernaus, T., Černe, M., Connelly, C.E., Pološki Vokic, N., Škerlavaj, M. (2019). Evasive knowledge hiding in academia: When competitive individuals are asked to collaborate. Journal of Knowledge Management, 23(4), 597-618.

  7. Bonaccio, S., Connelly, C.E., Fisher, S., Gellatly, I.R., Gignac, M.A.M., Jetha, A. (2018). Beyond managing research partnerships: Partnered research as an integrated methodological approach. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 11(4), 613-619.

  8. Škerlavaj, M., Connelly, C.E., Černe, M., & Dysvik, A. (2018). Tell me if you can: Time pressure, prosocial motivation, perspective taking, and knowledge hiding. Journal of Knowledge Management, 22(7), 1489-1509.

  9. Tu, C.Z., Yufei, Y., Archer, N., & Connelly, C.E. (2018). Strategic value alignment for information security management: A critical success factor analysis. Information and Computer Security, 26(2), 150-170.

  10. Jetha, A., Gignac, M.A.M., Bowring, J., Tucker, S., Connelly, C.E., Proulx, L., & Martin Ginis, K.A. (2018). Supporting arthritis and employment across the life course: A qualitative study. Arthritis Care & Research, 70(10), 1461-1468.

  11. Jetha, A., Bowring, J., Tucker, S., Connelly, C.E., Martin Ginis, K.A., Proulx, L., & Gignac, M.A.M. (2018). Transitions that matter: Life course differences in the employment of adults with arthritis. Disability and Rehabilitation40(26), 3127-3135.

  12. Arnold, K.A., Connelly, C.E., Gellatly, I., Walsh, M., & Withey, M. (2017). Using a pattern-based approach to studying leaders: Implications for leader burnout and role demands. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38, 1038-1056

  13. Fisher, S.L. & Connelly, C.E. (2017). Lower cost or just lower value? Modeling the organizational costs and benefits of contingent work. Academy of Management Discoveries, 3(2), 165-186.

  14. Connelly, C.E. & Turel, O. (2016). Effects of team emotional authenticity on virtual team performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1336.

  15. Zhao, L., Detlor, B., & Connelly, C.E. (2016). Sharing knowledge in social Q&A sites: The unintended consequences of extrinsic motivation. Journal of Management Information Systems, 33(1), 70-100.

  16. Beauchamp, M. R., Scarlett, L., Ruissen, G.R, Connelly, C.E., McBride, C., Casemore, S., & Martin Ginis, K.A. (2016). Peer mentoring of adults with spinal cord injury: A transformational leadership perspective. Disability and Rehabilitation, 38, 1884-1892.

  17. Arnold, K.A., Connelly, C.E., Walsh, M., & Martin Ginis, K. (2015). Leadership styles, emotion regulation, and burnout. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 20, 481-490.

  18. Wilkin, C.L., & Connelly, C.E. (2015). Dollars and sense: The financial impact of Canadian wellness initiatives. Health Promotion International, 30(3), 495-504.

  19. Connelly, C.E., & Zweig, D. (2015). How perpetrators and targets construe knowledge hiding in organizations. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 24(3), 479-489.

  20. Wilkin, C.L., & Connelly, C.E. (2015). Green with envy and nerves of steel: Moderated mediation between distributive justice and theft. Personality and Individual Differences, 72, 160-164.

  21. Maynard, D.C., Brondolo, E.M., Connelly, C.E., & Sauer, C.E. (2015). I’m too good for this job: Narcissism’s role in the experience of overqualification. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 64(1), 208-232.

  22. Connelly, C.E., Turel, O., Ford, D., Gallupe, B., & Zweig, D. (2014). 'I’m busy (and competitive)!' Antecedents of knowledge sharing under pressure. Knowledge Management Research & Practice. 12, 74-85.

  23. Del Brio, E.B., Yoshikawa, T., Connelly, C.E., & Tan, W.L. (2013). The effects of CEO trustworthiness on directors’ monitoring and resource provision. Journal of Business Ethics, 118, 155-169.

  24. Turel, O., & Connelly, C.E. (2013). Too busy to help: Antecedents and outcomes of interactional justice in web-based service encounters. International Journal of Information Management, 33, 674-683.

  25. Turel, O., & Connelly, C.E., & Fisk, G.M. (2013). Service with an e-smile: Employee authenticity and customer use of web-based support services. Information & Management, 50(1): 98-104.

  26. Turel, O., & Connelly, C.E. (2012). Team spirit: The influence of psychological collectivism on the usage of e-collaboration tools. Group Decision and Negotiation, 21(5), 703-725.

  27. Wilkin, C.L., & Connelly, C.E. (2012). Do I look like someone who cares? Recruiters’ ratings of applicants’ paid and volunteer experience. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 20(3), 308-318.

  28. Tajeddin, G., Safayeni, F., Connelly, C.E., & Tasa, K. (2012). The influence of emergent expertise on group decision processes. Small Group Research, 43(1), 50-74.

  29. Connelly, C.E., Zweig, D., Webster, J., & Trougakos, J.P. (2012). Knowledge hiding in organizations. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33(1), 64-88.

  30. Guo, K.H., Yuan, Y., Archer, N.P., & Connelly, C.E. (2011). Understanding nonmalicious security violations in the workplace: A composite behavior model. Journal of Management Information Systems, 28(2), 203-236.

  31. Connelly, C.E., Gallagher, D.G., & Webster, J. (2011). Predicting temporary agency workers’ behaviors: Justice, volition, and spillover. Career Development International, 16(2), 178-194.

  32. Yuan, Y., Archer, N., Connelly, C.E., & Zheng, W. (2010). Identifying the ideal fit between mobile work and mobile work support. Information & Management, 47(3), 125-137.

  33. Turel, O., Yuan, Y., & Connelly, C.E. (2008). In justice we trust: Predicting user acceptance of e-customer services. Journal of Management Information Systems, 24(4), 123-151.

  34. Connelly, C.E., & Gallagher, D.G. (2007). Making “the list”: Business school rankings and the commodification of business research. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Summer, 103-116.

  35. Connelly, C.E., Gallagher, D.G., & Gilley, K.M. (2007). Organizational and client commitment among contracted employees: A replication and extension with temporary workers. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 70, 326-335.

  36. Dupré, K.E., Inness, M., Connelly, C.E., Barling, J., & Hoption, C. (2006). Workplace aggression in teenage part-time employees. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 987-997.

  37. Connelly, C.E., & Gallagher, D.G. (2006). Independent and dependent contracting: Meaning and implications. Human Resource Management Review, 16, 95-106.

  38. Connelly, C.E., & Gallagher, D.G. (2004). Emerging trends in contingent work research. Journal of Management, 30, 959-983.

  39. Connelly, C.E., & Kelloway, E.K. (2003). Predictors of employees’ perceptions of knowledge sharing cultures. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 24(5), 294-301.

  40. Ford, D.P., Connelly, C.E., & Meister, D.B. (2003). Information systems research and Hofstede’s Culture’s Consequences: An uneasy and incomplete partnership. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 50(1), 8-25.

Book chapters, Annual Series, and Encyclopedia Entries

  1. McDonald, K., Fisher, S., & Connelly, C.E. (2017). e-HRM systems in support of “smart” workforce management: An exploratory case study of system success. In T. Bondarouk, H. Ruël, & E. Parry (Eds.), Electronic HRM in the smart era (pp. 87-108). Emerald Publishing Limited.

  2. Bernhard-Oettel, C., De Cuyper, N., Murphy, M., & Connelly, C.E. (2017). How do we feel when we’re not permanent full-time employees? In N. Chmiel, F. Fraccaroli, & M. Sverke (Eds.), An introduction to work and organizational psychology: An international perspective (3rd ed.). (pp. 258-275). Chichester: Wiley.

  3. Bonaccio, S., & Connelly, C.E. (2017). Physical disabilities at work. In S. Rogelberg (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of industrial and organizational psychology (2nd ed.).Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

  4. Connelly, C.E., & Murphy, M. (2017). Alternative work arrangements. In D. Ones, N. Anderson, H. Sinangil, & C. Viswesvaran (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of industrial, work & organizational psychology (2nd ed., vol. 3). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

  5. Clarke, H.M., Arnold, K.A., & Connelly, C.E. (2015). Improving follower well-being with transformational leadership. In S. Joseph (Ed.), Positive psychology in practice: Promoting human flourishing in work, health, education and everyday life (2nd ed.). (pp. 341-356). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons.

  6. Connelly, C.E., Gallagher, D.G., & Wilkin, C.L. (2014). The potential “spillover” of temporary agency work. In B. Koene, C. Garsten, & N. Galais (Eds.), Management and organization of temporary agency work (pp. 103-117). New York: Routledge.

  7. Arnold, K.A., & Connelly, C.E. (2013). Transformational leadership and psychological well-being: Effects on followers and leaders. In H.S. Leonard, R. Lewis, A. Freedman, & J. Passmore (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Psychology of Leadership, Change and Organizational Development (pp. 175-194). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

  8. Gallagher, D.G., & Connelly, C.E. (2012). Rethinking the employee-organization relationship: Insights from the experiences of contingent workers. In L. Shore, J. Coyle-Shapiro, & L. Tetrick (Eds.), The employee-organization relationship: Applications for the 21st century (pp. 255-280). New York: Routledge.

  9. Connelly, C.E., Wilkin, C.L., & Gallagher, D.G. (2011). Understanding underemployment among contingent workers. In D. Maynard & D. Feldman (Eds.). Underemployment: Psychological, economic, and social challenges (pp. 145-163). New York: Springer.

  10. Ford, D.P., Connelly, C.E., & Meister, D.B. (2009). Hofstede’s Dimensions of National Culture in IS Research. In Y. Dwivedi, B. Lal, M.D. Williams, S. Schneberger, & M. Wade (Eds.), Handbook of research on contemporary theoretical models in information systems (pp.455-481). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

  11. Gallagher, D.G., & Connelly, C.E. (2008). Nonstandard work arrangements: Meaning, evidence, and theoretical perspectives. In J. Barling & C. Cooper (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of organizational behavior (pp. 621-640). London: Sage.

  12. Webster, J., Brown, G., Zweig, D., Connelly, C.E., Brodt, S., & Sitkin, S. (2008). Beyond knowledge sharing: Withholding knowledge at work. In J. Martocchio (Ed.), Research in personnel and human resources management (vol. 27, pp. 1-37). Bingley: Emerald.

  13. Connelly, C.E., & Gallagher, D.G. (2004). Managing contingent workers: Adapting to new realities. In R. Burke, & C. Cooper (Eds.) Leading in turbulent times: Managing in the new world of work (pp.143-164). Oxford: Blackwell.

  14. Gallagher, D.G., & Connelly, C.E. (2003) Contingent employment arrangements: Implications for human service work. In J. Hellgren, K. Näswall, M. Sverke, & M. Söderfeldt (Eds.), New Organizational Challenges for Human Service Work (pp.59-73). Munich: Rainer Hampp Verlag.

Practitioner Articles

  1. Bonaccio, S., Connelly, C.E., Gellatly, I.R., & Martin Ginis, K.A. (Fall, 2015). The experience of employees with disabilities. Psynopsis. 6-7.

  2. Connelly, C.E. (2007). MBA unlocks doors for HR. Canadian HR Reporter. September 10, 2007, 7.

  3. Connelly, C.E. (2007). Mine, all mine! Academic Matters. April/Avril 2007, 23.

  4. Connelly, C.E. (2006). Keeping quiet at work. Biz Magazine. Summer 2006, 11-12.

  5. Connelly, C.E. (2002). Cost-effective knowledge sharing strategies, KM Review. 5(4), 6-7.


  1. Connelly, C. E. & Fisher, S. L. (2021, August 8). Why it makes good business sense to hire people with disabilities. The Conversation.

  2. Fisher, S. L., & Connelly, C. E. (2021). Building the “Business Case” for Hiring People with Disabilities Infographic. English version. Version française.

  3. Kessler, E. (Host). (2021, April 11). Working in harmony [Audio podcast episode]. In Naked Reflections. The Naked Scientists.

  4. Fisher, S. L., & Connelly, C. E. (2020). Building the “Business Case” for Hiring People with Disabilities Fact Sheet.

  5. Bonaccio, S., Connelly, C.E., Gellatly, I.R., Jetha, A., & Martin Ginis, K.A. (2020). Mythbusting: Employees with disabilities Fact Sheet.

  6. Bonaccio, S., Connelly, C.E., Gellatly, I.R., Jetha, A., & Martin Ginis, K.A. (2020). Employer concerns about people with disabilities infographic [English version]

  7. Bonaccio, S., Connelly, C.E., Gellatly, I.R., Jetha, A., & Martin Ginis, K.A. (2020). Document infographique: Les réticences des employeurs à l'égard des handicaps [version française].

  8. Zilio, M. (2016, September 1). Many Canadians uneasy about temporary foreign workers: pollThe Globe and Mail.

  9. Connelly, C.E., & Turel, O. (2011). The effect of team authenticity on teamwork behavior and team performance. Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. July 2-5, 2011. Montreal, PQ. 13 pages.

  10. Connelly, C.E., & Arnold, K.A. (2011). Transformational leadership and leader stress: A model of reciprocal effects. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. August 12-15, San Antonio, TX. 6 pages.

  11. Turel, O., & Connelly, C.E., Fisk, G. (2011). Service with an e-smile: Employee authenticity and customer usage of web-based services. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. (HICSS-44). January 5-8, 2011. 10 pages.

  12. Connelly, C.E., Ford, D.P., Gallupe, B., Turel, O., & Zweig, D. (2009). The effects of competition and time constraints on knowledge transfer: Exploratory findings from two experiments. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-42). January 5-8, 2009.

  13. Connelly, C.E. (2004). Temporary workers, permanent consequences: Behavioral implications of the triangular employment relationship. Ph.D. Thesis. Queen's University. August 31, 2004.

  14. Connelly, C.E. (2001). Promoting creativity in software development. Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 2001. Proceedings. 22 (4), 60-69.

  15. Connelly, C. E. (2000). Predictors of Knowledge Sharing in Organizations. M.Sc. Thesis. Queen's University. August 31, 2000.