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SIOP Committees and Leaders Work to Promote Diversity, Justice, and Equality

Through its efforts to promote the research and practice of I-O psychology, SIOP brings individuals, groups, and organizations together to understand and promote diversity, justice, and equality both nationally and internationally, within organizations and beyond.  SIOP supports our current committee work to this end and welcomes member involvement.

One example of these efforts is the Committee for Ethnic and Minority Affairs (CEMA), chaired by Kisha Jones, working proactively with the SIOP policing initiative, led by Amy Grubb, to incorporate key diversity considerations into local, state, and federal policing practices (e.g., training, selection, recruiting). The policing initiative was spearheaded by then-president-elect Jim Outtz and SIOP's government relations firm, Lewis-Burke. “Evidence-Based Solutions to Policing Reform: Organizational Psychology Applications to Promote Safety and Effectiveness” was a resource released in January 2016 as a way for SIOP to urge federal, state, and local decision makers to apply industrial and organizational psychology’s data-driven methods to enhance various elements of policing reform....Read more


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Submit Your Conference Proposals Now So You Don’t Have to Worry Later

The online submission of proposals is now open for the 33rd Annual SIOP Conference, which will take place April 19-21, 2018 at the Sheraton Grand in Chicago, Illinois.

Paid SIOP members should have already received reminder e-mails with information about the submission process. The Call for Proposals is available here....Read more

 

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Research contradicts stereotypes that only women have trouble juggling work and family WASHINGTON — Contrary to public perception and many media Read more...
 
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SIOP Seeks Conference Reviewers

The SIOP 2018 Program Committee is requesting SIOP members’ help to build a top-notch, peer-reviewed conference program in Chicago!

Signing up to serve as a reviewer is easy and quick (less than a minute). Simply follow steps 1-2-3 on the reviewer signup page....Read more