MBANonprofit Management and Leadership; Organization Studies Schulich School of Business, York University
BCommHospitality and Tourism Management Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
Bori is a fifth year PhD student in Work & Organizations at the Carlson School of Management. Her research explores individual experiences at the work-nonwork interface (e.g., spillover), implications of managerial time use, and the relationship between networking behaviors and reemployment outcomes for unemployed job seekers. In her dissertation, Bori seeks to ask and answer important questions on the work and job search experiences of gig careerists (perpetual freelancers with a significant portion of career segments spent as independent workers).
Selected Works & Activities.
Journal ArticlesWanberg, C. R., van Hooft, E. A. J., Liu, S., & Csillag, B. (in press). Can job seekers achieve more through networking? The role of networking intensity, self-efficacy, and proximal benefits. Personnel Psychology. Advance online publication.
Journal ArticlesWanberg, C. R., Ali, A. A., & Csillag, B. (2020). Job seeking: The process and experience of looking for a job. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 7, 31 –337.