Talk to focus on impact of perceived terrorism threats in the workplace

Fear of terrorism can affect employees’ well-being, ethical decision making, stress levels and job performance.

This week’s Goodman Luncheon Speaker Series will look at how the threat of terrorism in society can impact employees and the workplace.

Usman Raja, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources at the Goodman School of Business, will present his work “Perceived threat of terrorism and employee outcomes: The moderating role of negative affectivity and psychological capital” on Friday, March 15.

The talk will run from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in Goodman School of Business Room 205.

Raja is the recipient of the 2018 Goodman Distinguished Scholar of the Year Award, based on his recent scholarly contributions.

The Goodman speaker series provides an informal opportunity to listen to and discuss recent advances in research, teaching and practices with international business colleagues. Goodman faculty, staff and graduate students are invited to attend.

Brock community members interested in attending the talk can email Jennifer Brisson at to reserve a seat.

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