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It is well known that the increase of migration across Europe requires the development of appropriate methodologies for both social and work integration. If companies do not adopt policies and practices that encourage the positive integration of employees with different backgrounds, the risk is to leave behind a concrete competitive advantage which is present in other organizations. The main objective of the project is to examine how interactions between climate for inclusion, diversity climate and diversity practices within a trustworthy work environment will lead employees to feel more empowered and this will positively impact their job satisfaction and job performance, while decreasing their turnover intentions.
I am a PhD student at Kingston Business School, I am working on my PhD project entitled "How inclusion climate, trust climate, empowerment and diversity could help employees and employers?" and I completed my Master of Research in Business & Management. I completed my Bachelor's degree in Psychological Sciences and Techniques and my Master's Degree in Psychology at the University of Catania (Italy). During my Master's degree, I conducted a cross-sectional study on Implicit Motives and Action-State Orientation in italian workers for my Master's thesis at Ghent University.
My main areas of research interest are diversity climate, diversity practices, and climate for inclusion. I have worked on a number of projects focused on safety at work and diversity climate as a Research Assistant at Kingston Business School and I have taught the subject of Leadership for the Organisational Behaviour module.
Paolillo, Anna, Sinval, Jorge, Silva, Sílvia A. and Scuderi, Vittorio E. (2021) The relationship between inclusion climate and voice behaviors beyond social exchange obligation : the role of psychological needs satisfaction. Sustainability, 13(18), p. 10252. ISSN (online) 2071-1050