Become the Chief Human Resources Officer of Marriott International, the largest hospital company in history. And while you’re at it, lead Marriott’s merger with Starwood, the second largest hospitality company in history. These days, pretty much everyone feels disconnected and dissatisfied with almost every institution surrounding them—with the exception of […]
The Office for Human Research Protections has created a series of seven short, informational videos for potential research participants. Titles include What is Research?, Randomization, and Questions to Ask. Find the videos at the OHRP website.
Jess Hartnet, an IO psychologist teaching at Gannon University, shares weekly tips for teaching statistics at her blog, Not Awful and Boring Ideas for Teaching Statistics. Here’s an excerpt from a recent post: I spent many a summer day at Rehoboth Beach, DE. The seagulls there were assholes. They would […]
Although it wasn’t funny, we joked that no one grows up wanting to be an I/O psychologist because it’s not on anyone’s radar. Ben Beirmeier-Hanson Read or listen to the complete interview at The Tartan.
Become the CEO of two county-wide charitable agencies simultaneously. Catholic Charites of Steuben (CCS) has announced that Tabitha J. Brewster assumed her new role as the agency’s Chief Executive Officer on Sept. 3. Concurrently, she retains her position as CEO of Catholic Charities Livingston County. By combining these roles, Brewster […]
September is Smarter Workplace Awareness Month! We’ve dedicated the month to sharing information about how the science and practice of I-O psychology can improve worker well-being while creating more effective organizations. SIOP Find out more at SIOP’s page for the Smarter Workplace Awareness Month.
James Hughes is a busy man. In this past few weeks, he’s moved, started a podcast, and began his doctoral program at the University of Connecticut. He’s also teaching his first class tomorrow. And did I mention he’s the co-founder of AGL & Associates, a consulting firm that helps startups optimize their business models? […]
The relationship between psychologists and statistics can be likened to the relationship between drivers and cars. Most drivers use cars, but have a minimal understanding of how they work. Our understanding of cars–such as it is–depends on the explanations provided by experts–mechanics and engineers. It follows, then, that our understanding […]
The Visibility Committee of SIOP just published a whitepaper called Artificial Intelligence in Talent Assessment and Selection, prepared by Neil Morelli. The goal of the paper is to “dispel some of the mystique that surrounds AI used for hiring, while also encouraging confident investment in AI tools that can help […]
Looking for something? Some journal articles, maybe? A pre-print or two? Don’t be shy. Come closer. I’ll hook you up. Let’s start by checking in with your alma mater. They’ve gotten enough of your money and blood. The least they can do is offer alumni access to their academic databases. […]