Amber Stark / Thursday, October 8, 2020 / Categories: Member News, Items of Interest, 2021 Annual Conference, Newsbriefs One Week Left to Submit Proposals to the SIOP 2021 Conference We know that SIOP members are doing amazing, important work – work that will help organizations reinvent their workplaces and improve the lives of their workers. We want to see your cutting-edge research and best practices. Submit your emerging, forward-thinking proposals for consideration in the SIOP 2021 Annual Conference. Submissions are not limited to completed research. Changes in the workplace are happening quickly; in-progress research and anticipatory data are important pieces of this conversation. What are you seeing and hearing as I-O experts? What’s working? What’s not working? What are the trends? The SIOP Annual Conference provides you the opportunity to influence the future of work by sharing your submissions with other thought leaders. Together, you can reimagine and reshape emerging workplaces and workplace culture. SIOP Annual Conference submissions have a tradition of high quality, diversity in perspectives and topic areas, and a blend of science and practice. Add your work to this important conversation by submitting a proposal. Proposals are due at 5 p.m. EDT Oct. 14. COVID-19 has impacted the world in a myriad of ways – and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Now is the time for I-O scientists, practitioners, educators, and students to lead the way based on data and best practices. You can also help influence the future of our field by acting as a reviewer for conference submissions. Please click here to sign up to be a reviewer. Visit our FAQs for more information. To offer feedback or ask a question not answered in the FAQ, please email us at email@example.com. Previous Article SIOP Member Spotlight: Erik Zito Next Article Virtual Workshop: Leveraging Neuroscience to Improve Performance Print 112 Rate this article: No rating Tags: Annual Conference SIOP2021 Proposals SIOP21 submissions Reviewers Comments are only visible to subscribers.