SIOP members: it is time to vote for SIOP’s next slate of elected officers. President-elect candidates are: Rob Silzer, Managing Director, HR Assessment and Development & I-O Doctoral Faculty, Baruch/CUNY James L. Outtz, President of Outtz & Associates Deirdre J. Knapp, Vice President and Director of Assessment, Training, and Policy
Topic: Organizational Performance, Strategic HR Publication: Human Resource Management (MAY/JUNE 2011) Article: The service climate-firm performance chain: The role of customer retention Authors: Towler, A., Lezotte, D. V., & Burke, M. J. Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin When an organization wants to improve customer retention and therefore its profitability, it will
IOATWORK recently hit a new milestone. Please check out our thank you video below!
I/O and Innovation Join us next Wednesday, July 21st 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm EDT For an APA approved (self study) virtual I/O Continuing Ed Program: Featuring John Golden – Vice President in Global Human Resources at Bank of America Kurt Kraiger – Professor of Psychology at Colorado State University
The Wall Street Journal mentioned I-O psychology in its recent article on “Hot Jobs of 2018.” The article talks about the Department of Labor’s 10-year forecast for demand, pay and competition for jobs. According to the report “Psychologists will be in demand, but growth will be fastest in industrial and
Topic: Performance Appraisal
Publication: Journal of Organizational Behavior (MAY 2010)
Article: The impact of non-performance information on ratings of job performance: A policy-capturing approach
Authors: J.R. Spence and L.M. Keeping
Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger
HR Tests, a recruitment and selection blog, has reviewed the new TIP. Check it out HERE
Thanks to the Evil HR Lady for including IOATWORK on her HR blog!!!
Topic: Compensation, Job Performance Publication: Personnel Psychology (AUTUMN 2009) Article: Contingencies in the effects of pay range on organizational effectiveness Authors: S. Kepes, J. Delery, and N. Gupta Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger While pay variability among employees may signal to the workforce that the organization values and rewards good performance; it