Douglas Flint

Associate Professor

PhD (University of Toronto)

Business Administration, Faculty of

Singer Hall 360

Fredericton

dflint@unb.ca
1 506 458 7355



Douglas Flint joined the Faculty of Business Administration in 2001 and is a member of the Human Resources Area. He teaches Organizational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, Strategic Human Resource Management, and Compensation in the BBA program. He also teaches Organizational Behaviour in the MBA program.

He has consulted on human resource management issues for large organizations such as Babcock & Wilcox, Bell Canada, Canary Health Services, The Hay Group, and The Royal Bank, as well as for smaller and not-for-profit enterprises.

Doug's academic interests are in the areas of organizational justice and downsizing. His publications have appeared in: Human Resource Management Review, the Journal of Health Organization and Management, and Psychological Reports.

Conferences and presentations

On the High ‘C's.' In Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Case Track Proceedings, Banff, Alberta, 2006, in press.(with J. M. Tolliver).

Downsizing Decisions and Intellectual Capital: The Role of Accounting Information. Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006. (with E. Maher and M. W. Wielemaker).

Part-time Workers and Organizational Justice. Global Business and Economic Research Conference, New York, New York, 2006. (with A. J. Dunnett).

Journal articles

Models of the Effectiveness of Monitoring on Perceptions of Trust, Organizational Justice, and Organizational Outcomes. Journal of the American Academy of Business, Cambridge, 6:1, (2006), in press. (with I. Bélanger and J. J. McNally).

Polarization of Perceived Procedural Justice. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 102, (2006), 35-50. (with P. Hernandez-Marrero and M. W. Wielemaker).

Part-time Workers and Organizational Justice. The Business Review, Cambridge, 5:1, (2006), 39-43. (with A. J. Dunnett).