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Notice of Bylaws Amendment Vote

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Balloting Closes January 1, 2019

At its September meeting, the SIOP Executive Board approved a bylaws amendment shortening the timeframe for votes on matters that come before the Board.

The current bylaws provide for 30 days for the Emergency Action Committee (a subset of the Executive Board) or the full Board to vote on proposals electronically. Yet, the pace of technology and decision making has advanced, and so should SIOP.

Publications Board Taps DeNisi, Murphy, and Pulakos

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New SIOP Series Editors Seek to Leverage, Extend Brands

The SIOP Publications Board is proud to announce that three SIOP Fellows have been chosen to serve as editors of the SIOP Organizational Frontiers and Professional Practice Series. The editors will assume their duties in April 2019, and the term of the appointments is 5 years.

Keenly aware of changes in the field of publishing and the global growth of I-O psychology, the editors will work to broaden the reach of the two series through strategic adaptations of process and technology.

SIOP Members Make News With APA

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Shullman is 2020 President, Kozlowski new Chair of Open Science and Methodology Committee

On November 8, APA released news that SIOP Member Sandra L. Shullman, PhD, a consulting psychologist internationally known in leadership assessment and development has been elected to lead the APA as president in 2020. The same day, APA announced that Steve W. J. Kozlowski, PhD, has been named the first chair of its new Open Science and Methodology Committee.

#SIOPServingMilitary

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Linking Skills to Honor Our Military, Veterans, and Their Families

This week, in the United States, we celebrate Veterans Day, honoring those who volunteered to give up a civilian lifestyle to serve our nation and to keep us safe. At SIOP, we will honor these men and women by launching our inaugural #SIOPServingMilitary campaign on social media. We seek to achieve many goals:

  1. Increase awareness of the needs of the military community seeking civilian employment and education in an inclusive manner. All members of a military family – service member, spouse, dependents – serve, face unique career challenges, and possess advantageous competencies and experience;

Proposed Amendment Expedites Board Actions

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Bylaws Vote in December

The SIOP Executive Board recently voted to support a change in administrative procedures that are formalized in the SIOP Bylaws. Because any change to the Bylaws requires a full vote of the SIOP membership, the intended modification is described below.

Voting on the proposed bylaws change will begin on December 3, 2018, and conclude on January 1, 2019.

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