My research is about adverse social behaviors in the workplace, and span the entire continuum from low intensity, rude behaviors, to more severe forms of mistreatment such as workplace bullying. I primarily investigate how adverse social behaviors relate to the organizational and social work environment, and associations with work-related health and occupational well-being.

My doctoral dissertation focused on consequences of witnessing workplace incivility, and I am currently working as a postdoctoral researcher in the FORTE-financed project "Witnessing workplace bullying".

Research questions that I find particularly interesting concern the interaction between individual and organization, organizational and social work environment, work-related health, as well as measurement and evaluation of psychological constructs, psychometrics.