Sub-theme 36: Invisible Inequalities in and around Organizations: Sources, Manifestations, and Consequences

Vivek Soundararajan, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Hari Bapuji, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Nancy Harding, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, TC.5.05
Daniela Pianezzi and Muhammad J. Ashraf
“All I did was the work”: Gender, money and sexuality in transgender relational work
Discussant(s): Nancy Harding
Junko Takagi and Zihan Yu
Navigation strategies used by young LGBTQ graduates: Who needs to know what?
Discussant(s): Daniella Pianezzi
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: - Room: TC.5.05
Poonam Barhoi, Nobin Thomas and Nobin Thomas
Invisible inequalities in organizations: Manifestations in individual and group work behaviours
Discussant(s): Hari Bapuji
Pankaj Anand and Prateek Raj
Stigma and breakout success – The unbreakable glass ceiling
Discussant(s): Hari Bapuji
Verena Meyer
The reproduction of stereotypes and capitalist ideology through entrepreneurship theory – the case of effectuation and the effectual entrepreneur
Discussant(s): Hari Bapuji
Parallel Stream B: - Room: TC.4.28
Miguel Morillas, Laurence Romani, Charlotte Holgersson and Andreas Diedrich
The invisible bias: How (inclusive) recruitment practices may reproduce class inequality in the hiring of migrants
Discussant(s): Nancy Harding
Marilla H. Kingsley, Kristie J.N. Moergen and Michael E. Cummings
Entrepreneurship as cultural-mismatch: Founders' social class background, network embeddedness, and venture performance
Discussant(s): Nancy Harding
Elizabeth Johnson, L. Taylor Phillips and Julian Zlatev
Social class change over time: Manifestations of invisible inequality for the upwardly mobile at work
Discussant(s): Nancy Harding
Session III: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, TC.5.05
Pardeep Singh Attri and Vivek Soundararajan
Marginalized employees and epistemic injustice in organizations: Experiences of Dalits
Discussant(s): Vivek Soundararajan
Divya Tyagi and Sushanta Mishra
Too clean to do the dirty work: Understanding the influence of dirty workers’ caste on their work and non-work lives
Discussant(s): Prateek Raj
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, TC.5.05
Doris Schneeberger and Daniel Semper
Nonhuman animals as invisible stakeholders in organizations – Are they products, workers, or slaves?
Discussant(s): Laurence Romani
Khadija van der Straaten
Perceptions of Parenthood in Multinational Enterprises
Discussant(s): Somendra Narayan
Somendra Narayan, Jatinder S. Sidhu and Henk W. Volberda
Constructive, obstructive, or destructive? The role of social inequality in facilitating formal institutions in the informal sector
Discussant(s): Khadija van der Straaten
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, TC.5.05
Adi Banai and Adi Sapir
Balancing attendance and disclosure: Identity work of students with invisible disabilities
Discussant(s): Janet Johansson
Janet Johansson, Annette Risberg and Malin Kvitvær
Performing diversity and normalizing disability: An analysis of inclusion and exclusion of the silent others
Discussant(s): Koen Van Laer
Koen Van Laer
On becoming (in)visible: Exploring the role of (in)visibility in the disablement of employees with concealable impairments in the workplace
Discussant(s): Adi Sapir
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, TC.5.05
Kathleen Riach and Margaret Lee
From the frying pan into the fire: Secondary victimization and the persistent invisibility of burnout
Discussant(s): Vivek Soundararajan
Dulini Fernando and Trishna Chauhan
Stigma by association: Exploring peer support workers’ accounts of invisible inequality in the UK's NHS
Discussant(s): Kathleen Riach
Kunal Kumar and Sushanta Mishra
Deepening the divide by ‘legitimizing’ the stigma: The fake promise of meritocracy
Discussant(s): Dulini Fernando
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, TC.5.05
Sophie Alkhaled
‘The invisible entrepreneur’: Constructing embeddedness as a disembedded female refugee entrepreneur
Discussant(s): Renate Orltileb
Renate Ortlieb, Petra Eggenhofer-Rehart and Elena Ressi
Refugee women at work: Invisible precarity?
Discussant(s): Sophie Alkhaled