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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

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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.

Call for Papers: State of Progress for Initiatives Supporting Women in Leadership Across Industries and Context

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This is a new call for papers for the Consulting Psychology Journal. The theme of the issue is: "State of Progress for Initiatives Supporting Women in Leadership Across Industries and Contexts"

Here is the link for the call: https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/cpb/call-for-papers-supporting-women

The paper submission date is January 1st, 2021. For more information you can contact Mira Brancu (mbrancu@gmail.com) or Lyne Desormeaux (lyne@desormeauxconsulting.com)

Below is more information about this issue.   

The recent surge of women’s leadership programs, coaching, and consulting for women reflects an ongoing interest and need to support more women serving as leaders in organizations, in politics, and our communities and society at large. 

SIOP Virtual Conference Content Available through July

Update on 2021 Call for Proposals

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COVID-19 threw the world a curveball this spring, forcing companies and organizations to adapt in ways few could have imagined at the beginning of the year. SIOP, which was in the final planning stages for its 2020 Annual Conference, was no exception. But within weeks, with hard work and dedication from members, volunteers, and staff, the show went on.

“The annual conference is such an important event for our membership,” said SIOP Conference Chair Dr. Scott Tonidandel, professor of management, UNC-Charlotte. “The knowledge sharing, the networking, the socialization, and the inspiration that we all get from interacting and learning from one another at the annual conference isn’t something that we could lose even though we had to cancel the in-person event. The virtual conference allowed us to reclaim these vital activities.”

Boosting Job Performance When Working from Home: Four Key Strategies

By Anita C. Keller, Caroline Knight, Sharon K. Parker

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The outbreak of COVID-19 forced many companies to adopt remote work practices, including many who traditionally did not support flexible work arrangements. Several of these companies have now embraced remote working, claiming people’s productivity during this time means they will allow more flexibility in the future.

But are managers prepared for such a shift? Do organizations have in place what is needed for workers to be productive at home over the much longer haul? In our study of approximately 1,300 employees working from home, a clear majority of employees, report being about as productive now (33.7%), or even more productive (37.5%), than before COVID-19, with 28.8% indicating they are less productive.

We investigated what sets high performing employees apart from employees who do not perceive they are performing well. In our analysis, we found four factors that stand out and help employees to perform more effectively when working at home.

Katzell Award Deadline Extended to July 31

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The deadline has been extended for the 2021 Raymond A. Katzell Award in I-O Psychology, which is designed to recognize a SIOP member who, in a major way, has shown to the general public the importance of work done by I-O psychology for addressing social issues.

Nominations and applications for this award will now be accepted until midnight ET July 31.

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