Aarons-Mele, M. (2020). 3 steps to stop remote work burnout. [Video]. TED. Watch the video. This video discusses a growing workplace issue, employee burnout working remotely, that is important for I-O psychologists to address. (4 minutes)
Castille, C. M. (2020). Opening Up: A Primer on Open Science for Industrial-Organizational Psychologists. TIP: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 1–8. Read pages 1-5. This reading will provide you with perspectives of future I-O concepts and practices.
[Video] Channel 1 Creative Media. (2017, January 1). Bullying and Harassment—Office Workplace Health and Safety. In Films on Demand. Watch the video. This video provides you with important information about workplace bullying, which is a key legal and employee issue addressed by I-O psychologists. (5 minutes)
Castiello D’Antonio, A. (2018). Coaching psychology and positive psychology in work and organizational psychology. The Psychologist-Manager Journal, 21(2), 130–150. Read pages 130-143. This reading will introduce you to concepts and relationships between coaching, positive and organizational psychology in the workplace.
Landers, R. N. (2017). Crash Course in I-O Technology. TIP: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 54(3), 21–30. Read pages 21-30. This reading will provide you with an introduction to I-O psychology and machine learning.
Randall, J. G., & Solberg, E. (2020). I-O psychology and the response to COVID-19: A call to action. TIP: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 58(2). 1-6. Read pages 1-6. This reading addresses how I-O professionals can provide support and solutions in response to the impact COVID-19 has had on the workplace.
Dray, K. K., Smith, V. R. E., Kostecki, T. P., Sabat, I. E., & Thomson, C. R. (2020). Moving beyond the gender binary: Examining workplace perceptions of nonbinary and transgender employees. Gender, Work and Organization, 27(6), 1181. Read pages 1181-1188. This study will provide you with research into workplace discrimination, specifically related to non-binary and transgender employees.
Provenzano, H. N. (2017). The field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology: An early example of translational research. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 22(4), 1-15. Read pages 1-15. This reading will introduce you to key concepts and principles in industrial and organizational psychology.
Graham, K. M., McMahon, B. T., Kim, J. H., Simpson, P., & McMahon, M. C. (2019). Patterns of workplace discrimination across broad categories of disability. Rehabilitation Psychology, 64(2), 194–202. Read pages 194-202 of this journal article. This reading will provide you with important insight about the impact and implications of workplace disability discrimination, a key issue for I-O psychologists.
Salas, E., Kozlowski, S. W. J., & Chen, G. (2017). A century of progress in industrial and organizational psychology: Discoveries and the next century. Journal of Applied Psychology, 102(3), 589–598. Read pages 589-595. This reading will introduce you to theories, concepts and practices in industrial and organizational psychology.
Troth, A. C., & Guest, D. E. (2020). The case for psychology in human resource management research. Human Resource Management Journal, 30(1), 34–48. Read pages 34-44. This reading will introduce you to theories and research of organizational psychology and its contributions to human resources management.
AHC MEDIA. (2018). Strategies for Preventing Workplace Sexual Harassment: Office climate matters. Case Management Advisor, 29(1), 4–6. Read the article. The reading will provide you with insight into the importance of and strategies for addressing workplace sexual harassment.
Gerard, N. (2016). Toward a Critical I-O Psychology. TIP: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 54(2), 1–8. Read pages 1-5. This reading will provide you with perspectives about future I-O psychology.
Scholtz, S. E., de Beer, L. T., & de Klerk, W. (2020). “What are psychology journals publishing about the world of work?”: A systematized review. SAJIP: South African Journal of Industrial Psychology, 46, 1–9. Read pages 1-8. This reading provides you with insight into research areas of focus in psychological publications related to the workplace.