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Odette building

Young Ho Song

Assistant Professor

Office: Odette Building, Room 322A
Phone: 519-253-3000, ext 4265
E-mail: yhsong@uwindsor.ca

Education:
PhD (OB/HRM), McGill University, Montreal QC, Canada
MILR (HR&O), Cornell University, Ithaca NY, USA
MBA (OBHR), University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC, Canada
BSc (Mechanical Engineering), Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea

Background:
Dr. Song joined the Odette School of Business in 2017.  Prior to completing his PhD, Dr. Song spent approximately 9 years working in the insurance industry as a reinsurance underwriter and risk management expert in South Korea.

Research Interests:
Customer mistreatment
Retaliatory behavior in the workplace
Emotional labor
Emotion in organizations

Teaching Experience:
McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management
MGCR222. Introduction to Organizational Behavior (2015–2017)

University of Windsor, Odette School of Business
71-243. Human Resources Management (2018– )

Journal Publications:
Skarlicki, D. P., van Jaarsveld, D.D., Shao, R., Song Y. H., & Wang, M. (2016). Extending the multifoci perspective: The role of supervisor justice and moral identity in the relationship between customer justice and customer-directed sabotage. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101(1), 108–121. [Impact factor: 4.130, Ranking (2016): 5 out of 80, Applied Psychology]

Hewlin, P. F., Kim, S. S., & Song, Y. H. (2016). Creating facades of conformity in the face of job insecurity: A study of consequences and conditions. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 89(3), 539–567. [Impact factor: 3.139, Ranking (2016): 9 out of 80, Applied Psychology]

Working Papers:
Available upon request

Grants & Awards:
McGill DDSS Excellence in Teaching Award, 2017
McGill DDSS Excellence in Teaching Award, 2016
McGill Graduate Excellence Award, 2016
The Rathlyn Foundation PhD Fellowship Award, 2015
McGill Graduate Research Mobility Award (Management Area),
2013 and 2014
McGill Graduate Excellence Award, 2012
McGill Graduate Excellence Fellowship, 2011