I/O psychologists facilitate responses to issues and problems involving people at work by serving as advisors and catalysts for business, industry, labor, public, academic, community, and health organizations.They are: I/O psychologists should acquire knowledge of research and theory on the social bases of behavior, cognitive-affective bases of behavior, and individual differences theory.Pedro has been instrumental in implementing data warehousing systems from scratch and has experienced the evolution of the BI industry through several iterations of BI products like Cognos, Micro Strategy and Tableau.PRESENTATION OUTLINE OLAP, OLTP, DWH Defined Senturus client, Aero Precision, gave a before-and-after look at how the Senturus Analytics Connector radically improved its supply chain OEM performance reporting.
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I/O psychologists are versatile behavioral scientists specializing in human behavior in the workplace.
I/O psychologists recognize the interdependence of individuals, organizations, and society, and they recognize the impact of factors such as increasing government influences, growing consumer awareness, skill shortages, and the changing nature of the workforce.
This volume provides guidance with respect to ethical issues in personnel selection, organizational diagnosis and intervention, managing consulting relationships, research, professional certification and training, and professional behavior.
In regard to legal issues, I/O psychologists need to be knowledgeable of statutory (e.g., Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1991) and administrative laws (e.g., Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972), executive orders (e.g., Executive Order 11246), and court decisions (e.g., Griggs v. Atonio) as they apply to the practice of psychology in organizations.