Hudson Sessions

Assistant Professor

PhD, Arizona State University

Management and Organizations

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  • Bio

    Hudson Sessions is a graduate of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University. His research interests include multiple jobholding, employee voice, and fairness/trust. His research has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Journal of Management. Hudson worked in public accounting and for a non-profit organization prior to his academic work. He enjoys engaging with students about how to manage others (and themselves) to cultivate success and well-being at work.
  • Teaching

  • Research

    Multiple jobholding, employee voice, fairness/trust
  • Select Publications

    Baer, M. D.,Sessions, H., Matta, F., & Welsh, D. T. (Forthcoming). Motivated to “roll the dice” on trust: The relationships between employees’ daily motives, risk propensity, and trust. Journal of Applied Psychology.

    Sessions, H., Nahrgang, J. D., Baer, M. D., & Welsh, D. T. (In press). From zero to hero and back to zero: The consequences of status inconsistency between the work roles of multiple jobholders. Journal of Applied Psychology.

    Bartels, A., Nahrgang, J. D., Sessions, H., Wilson, K., Wu, L., & Law-Penrose, J. (In press). With a frown or a smile: How leader affective states spark the leader‐follower reciprocal exchange process.Personnel Psychology.

    Bush, J. T., Baer, M. D., Welsh, D. T., Outlaw, R., Garud, N., & Sessions, H. (In press). To what do I owe this visit? Drawbacks and benefits of in-role and non-role intrusions. Journal of Management.

    Sessions, H.,Nahrgang, J. D., Vaulont, M., Williams, R., & Bartels, A. (2021). Do the hustle! Empowerment from side-hustles and its effects on full-time work performance. Academy of Management Journal, 64: 235–264.

    Zipay, K. P., Mitchell, M. S., Baer, M. D., Sessions, H., & Bies, R. J. (2021). Lenient reactions to misconduct: Examining the self-conscious process of being lenient to others at work. Academy of Management Journal, 64: 351–377.

    Sessions, H., Nahrgang, J. D., Newton, D., & Chamberlin, M. (2020). I’m tired of listening: The effects of supervisor appraisals of group voice on supervisor emotional exhaustion and performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 105: 619–636.

    Welsh, D. T., Baer, M. D., & Sessions, H.(2020). Hot pursuit: The affective consequences of organization-set versus self-set goals for emotional exhaustion and citizenship behavior. Journal of Applied Psychology, 105: 166–185.

    Welsh, D. T., Baer, M. D., & Sessions, H., & Garud, N. (2020). Motivated to disengage: The ethical consequences of goal commitment and moral disengagement in goal setting. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 41: 663–677.

    Outlaw, R., Colquitt, J. A., Baer, M. D., & Sessions, H. (2019). How fair versus how long: An integrative theory-based examination of procedural justice and procedural timeliness. Personnel Psychology,72: 361–391.

    Nahrgang, J. D., Sessions, H., Vaulont, M., & Bartels, A. (March 18, 2020). Make your side-hustle work. Harvard Business Review.