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A Special Feature of the Journal of Business and Psychology

Fighting the 400-year Pandemic: Racism Against Black People in Organizations

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Racism has been persistent problem in the United States throughout its history. Although some gains have been made in the more recent past, there is still considerable racial inequality that permeates society as well as the organizations within it. This special issue focuses on anti-Black racism in the U.S.

August 5, 2020 Update: COVID-19 Federal Guidance and Opportunities

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Lewis-Burke's COVID-19 update includes new federal guidance and opportunities related to the outbreak. As new information related to the pandemic decreases in volume, Lewis-Burke will transition to disseminating this update a few times each week.

INVITATION: Inaugural Kahlil Gibran Peace & Nonviolence Vigil

APA 2020 Virtual Convention Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 1:00pm ET

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Organized by:
APA Division 52 International Psychology Kahlil Gibran Memorial Garden Foundation


Registration: free & required at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Vb-wIy_tRk6y_5A_GSqaRA

APA 2020 Virtual Convention registration not required.

Decision-Making in Selection and Assessment: Implementing Evidence-based Practice and Exploring Innovations

International Journal of Selection and Assessment CALL FOR PAPERS

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Decision-Making in Selection and Assessment: Implementing Evidence-based Practice and Exploring Innovations

International Journal of Selection and Assessment

CALL FOR PAPERS

Guest Editors:
Rob R. Meijer, University of Groningen, the Netherlands (r.r.meijer@rug.nl)
A. Susan M. Niessen, University of Groningen, the Netherlands (a.s.m.niessen@rug.nll)

Personnel selection was and still is the ‘Supreme Problem’ of applied psychology. The main question answered by studies on personnel selection is whether scores on tests and assessments predict work behavior. While this research is important, it does not answer the question if the better candidates get hired. This special issue will explore decision-making in selection and assessment procedures.

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