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  • Later that night, Wendy sneak out of the house after her aunts locked her in and went to the dance where she and Casper sees that everything is going to plan as Casper had the Ghostly Trio possessed three humans by lying to them about a record they need to break. Wendy had Casper placed the spot lights on her aunts for his uncles to see as she changed the music to Romeo and Juliet. Both genders found their partner and Casper took Wendy's hand and took her outside to ask her for a dance, she changed into a red dress as Casper changed into a tux and danced at the gazebo. They were spotted by Josh whom he witness Wendy dancing with an invisible Casper, which lead Josh mistakenly believe that she is dancing by herself. Casper wondered who he was as he, but Wendy stated that he was no one important, but Casper is having a suspicion that their was something going on between them.

    Later that night, Wendy sneak out of the house after her aunts locked her in and went to the dance where she and Casper sees that everything is going to plan as Casper had the Ghostly Trio possessed three humans by lying to them about a record they need to break. Wendy had Casper placed the spot lights on her aunts for his uncles to see as she changed the music to Romeo and Juliet. Both genders found their partner and Casper took Wendy's hand and took her outside to ask her for a dance, she changed into a red dress as Casper changed into a tux and danced at the gazebo. They were spotted by Josh whom he witness Wendy dancing with an invisible Casper, which lead Josh mistakenly believe that she is dancing by herself. Casper wondered who he was as he, but Wendy stated that he was no one important, but Casper is having a suspicion that their was something going on between them.

  • In one recent study conducted by Wendy Casper, an associate professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, a diverse group of 59 singles from various work sectors, ages 22-70 were recruited and interviewed. Overall, singles of all ages felt they were expected to work more hours than their coworkers who were married with kids, but this was a bigger concern for young, never-married singles in their 20s and early 30s.

    Wendy Casper is Professor of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and Research Methods, and Director of the PhD Programs in the College of Business. Prior to joining the faculty at UTA, Dr. Casper was on the faculty of the University of Tulsa and George Washington University. She has also taught internationally in Morocco, China, Taiwan, and Cyprus. Wendy holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from George Mason University and is a Fellow of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Her research interests include work-life issues, diversity and cross-cultural issues, training and career development, and recruitment. She has published numerous papers in journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Business Ethics, and Human Resource Management. She currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Vocational Behavior and the Journal of Business and Psychology. She was a finalist for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research and has received research grants from the Society for Human Resource Management Foundation and the Center for Human Resource Management at the University of Illinois. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, MSNBC News, HR Magazine, and Working Mother Magazine.

  • Wendy Casper is Professor of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and Research Methods, and Director of the PhD Programs in the College of Business. Prior to joining the faculty at UTA, Dr. Casper was on the faculty of the University of Tulsa and George Washington University. She has also taught internationally in Morocco, China, Taiwan, and Cyprus. Wendy holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from George Mason University and is a Fellow of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Her research interests include work-life issues, diversity and cross-cultural issues, training and career development, and recruitment. She has published numerous papers in journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Business Ethics, and Human Resource Management. She currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Vocational Behavior and the Journal of Business and Psychology. She was a finalist for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research and has received research grants from the Society for Human Resource Management Foundation and the Center for Human Resource Management at the University of Illinois. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, MSNBC News, HR Magazine, and Working Mother Magazine.

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Call for a chat. Routinely working late to cover for colleagues who leave early to attend their children's sports events or pick up their toddlers from day care, you feel less sharp with each passing workday. To resolve the issue, schedule an appointment with your boss. "The most important thing is for the employee to sit down and talk to the boss about where they're coming from," says Wendy Casper, associate professor of management at the University of Texas-Arlington.