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Members in the Media

Amber Stark, SIOP Marketing and Communications Manager

Awareness of I-O psychology has been on the rise thanks to articles written by and/or featuring our SIOP members. These are member media mentions found from September 5, 2021, through December 12, 2021. We share them on our social media and in this column, which you can use to find potential collaborators, spark ideas for research, and keep up with your fellow I-O practitioners.

We scan the media on a regular basis but sometimes articles fall through our net. If we’ve missed your or a colleague’s media mention, please email them to


COVID-19 and Pandemic-Related Items

Tammy Allen on the importance of establishing routines to rein in work-from-home days:

Alicia Grandey on why low-wage, working women bear the brunt of anti-mask backlashes:

Archana Tedone on the change the pandemic has brought to the employee–employer relationship:

Julie McCarthy on virtual job interviews being infected by COVID-19 worries:

Anthony Klotz on how the “Great Resignation” is altering the workforce dynamic:

Jack Wiley on the Great Resignation and the employee–manager disconnect:

Elora Voyles on returning to work during the pandemic:

Elliot Lasson on workplace, work, and the pandemic:

Laura Pendergrass on remote fatigue:

Wayne Cascio on how the COVID-19 pandemic changed employee training:



Andrew Bennett on the best way to recover from a tough workday:

Laura Pendergrass with her best tips for avoiding burnout:

Anthony Klotz, Christina Maslach, and Malissa Clark on workplace burnout:


The Future of Work

Jack Wiley on the top five trends to watch in the future of work:

Jack Wiley on pressures managers will face to adapt to the 2022 workplace:


Generational Differences in the Workplace

Lisa Finkelstein, Eden King, and Nancy Tippins on generational differences, or lack thereof, in the workplace:

Cort Rudolph on generational work divides:


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Ludmila Praslova with three things that might be missing from your inclusion efforts:

Gena Cox on learning and development’s DEI blind spot:

Neil Morelli on three things hiring leaders should know when it comes to neurodiversity:


Workplace Culture

Yochi Cohen-Charash on envy at work:

Kecia Thomas and C. Allen Gorman on how to cultivate an office culture that works for everyone:

Lisa Steelman and Christopher Rosen on constructive criticism at work:



Megan Leasher on Career Bytes:

Jack Wiley on HR’s top challenges in retail: union vulnerability.

Neil Morelli with 3 strategies to make adopting new HR tech easier for hiring managers:

David Shar on what people scientists do:

Malissa Clark on how much work we’re really supposed to do at work:

Steven Rogelberg with four ways to make meetings more productive:

Joseph Allen with three strategies for better meetings:

Malissa Clark on the effects of working on holidays:

Edie Goldberg on the gig economy:

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