Matt Piszczek (gl3558)

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Title: Associate Professor
Unit: Management Admin
Department: School of Business Admin

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Mike Ilitch School of Business

Title: Associate Professor of Management
Office:

Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Room 467
Detroit, MI 48201

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/piszczek
Biography:

Matt Piszczek is a Metro Detroit native and attended Michigan State University, where he received bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Linguistics as well as a Masters of Human Resources and Labor Relations and a Ph.D. in Industrial Relations and Human Resources. Matt was a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh before joining Wayne State in 2017.

Education:
  • Ph.D., Industrial Relations & Human Resources, Michigan State University School of Human Resources and Labor Relations
  • Masters, Human Resources and Labor Relations, Michigan State University School of Human Resources and Labor Relations
  • B.S., Psychology, additional major Linguistics, Michigan State University
Expertise:

Work-life issues, remote work, workforce aging, commuting, strategic HRM, employee/labor relations

 

AACSB specialty: Management
Research and teaching interests:

Teaching

  • Human resource management
  • Employee/labor relations

Research

  • Work-life balance
  • Workforce aging
  • Remote work
  • Diversity/equity/inclusion
  • Commuting

 

Publications:

Recent Peer-Reviewed Papers

  • Van Egdom, D., Piszczek, M.M., Zhang, J., Wen, X., Spitzmueller, C., & Granillo-Velasquez, K., in press. I Don’t Want to Leave My Child: How Mothers and Fathers Affect Mother's Breastfeeding Duration and Leave Length. Forthcoming at Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.
  • Piszczek, M.M., Yestrepsky, J., & Thrasher, G., in press. Age-aware organizations and the effects of shift work on psychological well-being across the lifespan. Forthcoming at Work, Aging & Retirement. https://doi.org/10.1093/workar/waad014
  • McAlpine, K., & Piszczek, M.M., 2023. Faculty unions as a fourth actor: Two paths to supporting women professors in academia. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 16(2), 273-276. https://doi.org/10.1017/iop.2023.11
    Zhang, L., Tekleab, A., Piszczek, M.M, & Qiu, Y., 2023. Does work-related information and communication technology use after hours promote work engagement? A daily diary study. Journal of Business Research, 157, 113551. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2022.113551
  • McAlpine, K., & Piszczek, M.M., 2023. Along for the ride through liminal space: A role transition and recovery perspective on the work-to-home commute. Organizational Psychology Review, 13(2), 156-176. https://doi.org/10.1177/20413866221131394
  • Berg. P. & Piszczek, M.M., 2022. Organizational response to workforce aging: Tensions in human capital perspectives. Work, Aging and Retirement 8(1), 7-24. https://doi.org/10.1093/workar/waab026
  • Kossek, E.E., Dumas, T.*, Piszczek, M.M.*, & Allen, T., 2021. Pushing the boundaries: A qualitative study of how STEM women adapted to disrupted work-nonwork boundaries during COVID-19. Journal of Applied Psychology 106(11), 1615-1629. *Shared 2nd authorship http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000982
  • Piszczek, M.M., Martin, J.E., Pimputkar, A.S., & Laulie, L., 2021. What does schedule fit add to work-family research? The incremental effect of schedule fit on work-family conflict, schedule satisfaction, and turnover intentions. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 94(4), 866-889. https://doi.org/10.1111/joop.12367
  • Nsair, V., & Piszczek, M.M., 2021. Gender matters: The effects of gender and segmentation preferences on work-to-family conflict in family sacrifice climates. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 94(3), 509-530. https://doi.org/10.1111/joop.12361
  • Piszczek, M.M. & Pimputkar, A.S., 2021. Flexible schedules across working lives: Age-specific effects on well-being and work. Journal of Applied Psychology 106(12) 1907-1920. https://doi.org/10.1037/apl0000844
  • Berg, P., Hamman, M.K., Piszczek, M.M., & Ruhm, C.J., 2020. Can policy facilitate partial retirement? Evidence from a natural experiment in Germany. ILR Review 73(5), 1226-1251. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0019793920907320
  • Piszczek, M.M., & Berg, P., 2020. HR policy attributions: Implications for work-family person-environment fit. Human Resource Management Review 30(2), 100701. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2019.100701 (Finalist: Human Resource Management Review Best Paper of 2020).
  • Piszczek, M.M., 2020. Reciprocal relationships between workplace childcare initiatives and collective turnover rates of men and women. Journal of Management 46(3), 470-494. https://doi.org/10.1177/0149206318799480 (Finalist: 2021 Rosabeth Moss Kanter International Award for Research Excellence in Work and Family).
  • Piszczek, M.M., DeArmond, S., & Feinauer, D., 2018. Employee work-family role boundary management in the family business. Community, Work & Family 21(2), 111-132.
  • Piszczek, M.M., 2017. Boundary control and controlled boundaries: Organizational expectations for technology use at the work-family interface. Journal of Organizational Behavior 38(4), 592-611.
  • Kossek, E.E., Huang, J., Piszczek, M.M., Fleenor, J., & Ruderman, M., 2017. Rating Expatriate Leader Effectiveness in Multisource Feedback Systems: Cultural Distance and Hierarchical Effects. Human Resource Management 56(1), 151-172.
  • Berg, P., Hamman, M., Piszczek, M.M., & Ruhm, C., 2017. The Relationship between Establishment Training and the Retention of Older Workers: Evidence from Germany. International Labour Review 156(3-4), 495-523. doi:10.1111/ilr.12031
  • Piszczek, M.M.*, Pichler, S.*, Turel, O., & Greenhaus, J., 2016. The information and communication technology user role: Implications for the work role and inter-role spillover. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. *Shared authorship.
  • Kossek, E.E., Piszczek, M.M., McAlpine, K., Burke, L. & Hammer, L., 2016. Work schedulers and schedule support in organizations. ILR Review, 69(4), pp. 961-990.
  • Piszczek, M.M. & Berg, P., 2014 Expanding the Boundaries of Boundary Theory: Work, Family, and Regulative Institutions. Human Relations, 67(12), p. 1491-1512.
  • Berg, P. & Piszczek, M.M., 2014. The Limits of Equality Bargaining in the USA. Journal of Industrial Relations, 56(2), 170-189.
  • Piszczek, M. & Kaminski, M., 2010. It Isn’t Always Rational: The Psychology of Voting and Lessons for Labor. Labor Studies Journal, 35, 116.

Other Recent Publications

  • Piszczek, M.M., & McAlpine, K., 2023. A journey from work to home is about more than just getting there – the psychological benefits of commuting that remote work doesn’t provide. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/a-journey-from-work-to-home-is-about-more-than-just-getting-there-the-psychological-benefits-of-commuting-that-remote-work-doesnt-provide-195799. Selected for inclusion in The Conversation on Work, 2024, John Hopkins University Press.
  • Berg, P. & Piszczek, M.M., 2022. The role of organizations and institutions in an aging workforce. In Overtime: America’s Aging Workforce and the Future of “Working Longer”, Berkman, L. and Truesdale, B. Eds. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.
  • Berg, P. & Piszczek, M.M.. Retirement-proof your company. Harvard Business Review digital article. November 14th, 2018. https://hbr.org/2018/11/retirement-proof-your-company
  • Piszczek, M.M., 2018. National/Social policy and economic indicators. In The Cambridge Handbook of the Global Work-Family Interface, Shockley, K.M., Shen, W., & Johnson, R.C., Eds. Cambridge University Press., Cambridge, UK.
  • Piszczek, M.M. National/Social Policy and Economic Indicators, in press. In The Cambridge Handbook of the Global Work-Family Interface, Shockley, K.M., Shen, W., & Johnson, R.C., Eds.
  • Berg, P., Hamman, M., Piszczek, M.M., & Ruhm, C., 2015. The Relationship between Establishment Training and the Retention of Older Workers: Evidence from Germany. IZA Discussion Paper Series, No. 9508. Institute for the Study of Labor, Germany.
  • Berg, P., Hamman, M., Piszczek, M.M., & Ruhm, C., 2015. The Relationship between Establishment Training and the Retention of Older Workers: Evidence from Germany. NBER Working Paper Series, No. 21746.
  • Berg, P., Hamman, M., Piszczek, M.M., & Ruhm, C., 2015. Can Policy Facilitate Partial Retirement? Evidence from Germany. NBER Working Paper Series, Np. 21478.
  • Berg, P., Hamman, M.K., Piszczek, M.M., & Ruhm, C. J., 2015. Can Policy Facilitate Partial Retirement? Evidence from Germany. IZA Discussion Paper Series, No. 9266. Institute for the Study of Labor, Germany.
  • Piszczek, M.M., 2015. [Review of the book Unequal Time: Gender, Class, and Family in Employment Schedules.] Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 68(2).
  • Berg, P. & Piszczek, M.M., 2013. Work-Life Balance. In Sociology of Work: An Encyclopedia. SAGE.
Presentations:

Select Conference Recent Presentations

  • Piszczek, M.M., & Dwertmann, D.J.G. Work-to-family conflict across the lifespan: Relationships with turnover intentions and psychological well-being. Poster to be presented at the 2023 Age in the Workplace Meeting, ISM University of Management and Economics, Vilnius, Lithuania.
  • Piszczek, M.M. & Yestrepsky, J. Changing placements: A punctuated equilibrium model of work-family role boundary reconstruction. Presented at the 2023 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • McAlpine, K., Piszczek, M.M., & Raghuram, S. Spillover effects of cross-domain work and family interruptions during remote work. Presented August 2022 at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.
  • Piszczek., M.M. & Yestrepsky, J. A punctuated equilibrium model of work-family role reconstruction. Presented June 2022 at the Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, New York, NY.
  • McAlpine, K., Piszczek, M.M., & Raghuram, S. Spillover effects of work and family interruptions during remote work. Presented June 2022 at the Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, New York, NY.
  • Piszczek, M.M., Berg, P., Hochfellner, D., & Ruhm, C.J., & Eckrote, M. Organizational responses to workforce aging: Drivers of age-related HR practices. Presented March 2022 at the Dismantling Bias Conference Series, West Lafayette, IN.
  • Piszczek, M.M., & McAlpine, K. The bright side of commuting: Effects of psychological detachment on negative work-family spillover. Presented October 2020 at the Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, online.
  • Piszczek, M.M., & McAlpine, K. On the road again: The mitigating effects of commuting on work-family negative spillover. Presented August 2020 at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, online.
  • Piszczek, M.M., & McAlpine, K. The Bright Side of Commuting: Work-Family Boundary Tactics. Poster presented February 2020 at the Crimson Conference on Work & Family, Tuscaloosa, AL.
  • Hochfellner, D., Berg, P., Hamman, M., Eckrote, M., & Piszczek, M.M. Pension reforms and their implications for establishment survivals. Presented January 2020 at the Allied Social Science Associations, San Diego, CA.

 

Awards:
Select Grants
  • STEM Intersectional Equity in Departments (SIEDS): A Partnership for Inclusive Work Cultures. National Science Foundation (Collaborative Research: Advance Partnership). $401,335 (Co-Principle Investigator).
  • Piszczek, M.M. 2023. Who gets the credit and who gets the blame? Making sense of employee work-nonwork balance satisfaction attributions. Fraser Center Research Fellowship, Douglas A. Fraser Center for Workplace Issues, Wayne State University. $5,000
  • Piszczek, M.M., 2022. Spillover effects of work and family interruptions during remote work. Fraser Fellowship, Douglas A. Fraser Center for Workplace Issues, Wayne State University. $2,500.
  • Piszczek, M.M., 2019. Employee Commuting and Work-family Role Management. Fraser Center Summer Research Grant. Douglas A. Fraser Center for Workplace Issues, Wayne State University. $5,000.
  • Piszczek, M.M., 2018. Work Schedules and Employee Well-being. Fraser Center Summer Research Grant. Douglas A. Fraser Center for Workplace Issues, Wayne State University. $5,000.
  • Berg, P., Hamman, M., Hochfeller, D., Piszczek, M.M., & Ruhm, C., 2016. Establishment Responses to Longer Working Lives: Evidence from a Social Security Reform. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. $487,203 total (Subcontractor).

Select Awards and Fellowships

  • 2021 - Human Resource Management Review Best Paper of 2020 Finalist
  • 2021 - Finalist: Rosabeth Moss Kanter International Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research, Purdue University Center for Families/Boston College Center for Work & Family (for “Reciprocal relationships between workplace childcare initiatives and collective turnover rates of men and women”).
  • 2020 - WSU Mike Ilitch School of Business Distinguished Research Award
  • 2016 - “High Commendation”, GLOBE Robert J. House Best Research Paper Award (for “Rating expatriate leader effectiveness in multisource feedback systems: Cultural distance and hierarchical effects”)
  • 2015 - Work and Family Researchers Network Early Career Fellowship

 

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