RCIO 2009: Creating and Sustaining a "Just" Work Environment
The focus of the 2009 conference was on creating, maintaining, and understanding justice in the workplace. Topics of interest included traditional areas of Industrial-Organizational Psychology such as employee selection, job analysis, training, organizational behavior, compensation, and motivation, as well as areas that have been under-represented in I-O, such as occupational health psychology, translational research, sport psychology, and psychology and the law.
The keynote presentation, Creating and Sustaining a "Just" Work Environment, was delivered by Dr. Brian J. O'Leary.
Other invited presentations included:
- Dr. C. Douglas Johnson, Envisioning a Post-racial Workplace.
- Dr. Rebecca Elliott, Examining the Relationship between Personality Traits and Unethical Decisions Resulting in Economic Crime.
- Dr. Christa E. Washington, Women's Perceptions of Barriers that Prevent Advancement Opportunities in the Workplace.
- Billy Mullins & Jason Luna, The Future of Getting a Job: Why it won't be Facebook or LinkedIn.
- Dr. Bart L. Weathington, The Psychology of Money.
- Dr. Kathleen Fuegen, When Performance Begins to Slip: How Bias Affects Termination Decisions.
- Dr. Rodney A. McCloy, The Human Resources Research Organization and Conducting Non-Profit Research.