Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology is the scientific
study of the workplace. Rigor and methods of psychology are
applied to issues of critical relevance to business,
including talent management, coaching, assessment,
selection, training, organizational development,
performance, and work-life balance.
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17th Annual Preconference Workshops and Tutorials
Exhibit Hall, Registration, Job Placement Services, and Reception Hours
All-Conference Event Schedule
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Continuing Education Credit for Master Tutorials
For the first time, SIOP is offering one CE credit for attendance at some Conference sessions. Two master tutorials have been chosen for this pilot program: Knowledge Management: A People-Focused Implementation Approach (Session 13) and Why Do People Become Outplaced (Session 146). If you are interested in receiving CE credit for attending these sessions, please go to the session and look for the sign where volunteers will help you sign in and out of the session and complete pre- and post-session questionnaires. You must attend the full session to receive credit. CE letters, which serve as confirmation of the session, will be available for pickup at the main registration desk before the end of the Conference.
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
If you are a person with a disability and require special assistance, please inform the SIOP Administrative Office of any special needs. We will endeavor to meet these special requests to the extent that it is feasible for us to do so. Please notify us as early as possible by calling (419) 353-0032.
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