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Juan Ignacio Sanchez


Juan Ignacio Sánchez

Florida International University USA

Juan I. Sanchez is Professor of Management and International Business and Knight-Ridder Byron Harless Eminent Chair of Management at Florida International University.  A former member of the Academy of Management's Human Resource Division Executive Committee, and a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and the American Psychological Association. He has authored approximately 100 articles in refereed journals, and his work has been cited over 5,000 times according to Google Scholar. He is a Public Member of the U.S. State Department’s Board of Examiners of the Foreign Service, and a former Special Government Employee of the U.S. Social Security Administration’s Occupational Information Advisory Panel. He has served in three U.S. National Academy of Sciences panels, and as Consulting and Associate Editor of several high-impact journals.


Project: The studies challenge the usefulness of the notion of job reification in today’s dynamic workplace and, by extension, the traditional practice of formulating purportedly objective occupational descriptions. Indeed, the automation of repetitive jobs, the increasing service and interpersonal demands of most occupations, and more broadly the dynamic evolution of job demands in a global economy have moved today’s jobs closer to the notion of broad scripts that require a great deal of “agency” in the form of discretion and constant interpretation from the job incumbent. The first study will test the premise that even the most purportedly objective occupational descriptions such as those included in O*NET are influenced by the prototypical social identities of the specific incumbents selected to describe them. The second study investigates the substantive factors explaining the differences between ratings formulated by job incumbents and those produced by their 360-degree superiors, direct reports, and peers.

Stay period: OCT 2015 - MAR 2016