About SMLR

Associate Professor

Faculty

  • Departments

    Human Resource Management

  • Courses Taught

    Master's:

    HR Strategy I, Introduction

    HR Strategy IV, Global Workforce Strategy

    Developing Human Capital

    Managing Workforce Flow

    Organizational Learning and Innovation

    Ph.D.:

    Seminar in Human Resources

    Multilevel Theory and Research

    Multivariate Analysis for Industrial Relations and Human Resources

    Organizational Learning, Training, & Development
     

  • Education

    Ph.D., Michigan State University, Industrial/Organizational Psychology

  • Publications

    Phillips, J. M., Gully, S. M., McCarthy, J, Castellano, B., & Kim, M. S. (in press). Recruiting global travelers: The role of global travel recruitment messages and individual differences in perceived fit, attraction, and job pursuit intentions. Personnel Psychology. doi: 10.1111/peps.12043

    Gully, S. M., Phillips, J. M., Castellano, W., Han, K., & Kim, A. (in press). A mediated moderation model of recruiting socially and environmentally responsible job applicants. Personnel Psychology. doi: 10.1111/peps.12033

    Gully, S. M., Phillips, J. M., & Kim, M. S. (in press). Strategic recruitment: A multilevel perspective. To appear in K. Y. T. Yu and D. Cable (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

    Phillips, J. M., & Gully, S. M. (forthcoming). Strategic Staffing (3rd ed). Prentice-Hall.

    Phillips, J. M., & Gully, S. M. (2014). Human Resource Management (1st ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western/Cengage Learning.

    Phillips, J. M., & Gully, S. M. (2012). Organizational Behavior: Tools for Success (1st ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western/Cengage Learning.

    Gully, S. M., Devine, D. J., & Whitney, D. J. (2012). A meta-analysis of cohesion and performance: Effects of levels of analysis and task interdependence. Small Group Research, 43(6), 702-725. DOl: I  0.11 77/1 046496412468069. Reprinted from the 1995 paper as one of the most influential articles on cohesion and among the top three most highly cited articles in Small Group Research.

    Gully, S. M., & Chen, G. (2010). Individual differences, attribute-treatment interactions, and training outcomes. In S. W. J. Kozlowski & E. Salas (Eds.), Learning, Training, and Development in Organizations (pp. 3-64). SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

  • Research Initiatives

    Strategic recruitment

    Leadership and team effectiveness

    Learning and innovation

    Shared capitalism

    Wellness interventions

  • Awards

    2012 Ranked in the top 50 of the most influential scholars who received their degrees since 1991 based on impact inside and outside of the Academy of Management (see Table 6, Aguinis et al., 2012, Scholarly Impact Revisited, Academy of Management Perspectives, 26(2), 105-132, doi:10.5465/amp.2011.0088)

    2012 Noted as co-author of one of the most influential articles on cohesion and among the top three most highly cited articles in Small Group Research.

    2012 Noted as co-author of article ranked among top 10 “Most Read” and top 10 “Most Cited” articles according to the Organizational Research Methods website (July 2012)

    2011 James R. Chelius Award for Excellence in Teaching from the School of Management and Labor Relations

    2010 James R. Chelius Award for Excellence in Teaching from the School of Management and Labor Relations

    2008 Listed as one of the top 50 most influential authors from 2000-2004 (see Table 9, Podsakoff et al., 2008, Scholarly Influence in the Field of Management: A Bibliometric Analysis of the Determinants of University and Author Impact in the Management Literature in the Past Quarter Century, Journal of Management, 34(4), 641-720)

    2001 Most Thorough Reviewer Award from Journal of Management

  • Files

  • 848-445-5830
  • gully@rci.rutgers.edu
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    94 Rockafeller Road, Suite 216
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Professor

Faculty

Barbara A. Lee is professor of human resource management at Rutgers University's School of Management and Labor Relations.  Professor Lee, an attorney, teaches employment law and higher education law at Rutgers and has served as department chair, associate dean, associate provost, and dean.  She is also of counsel to the law firm of Edwards, Wildman, Palmer & Dodge, LLP.

  • Departments

    Human Resource Management

  • Associated Programs

    Human Resource Management

    Industrial Relations and Human Resources

    College Student Affairs (Graduate School of Education)

    Education Policy (Graduate School of Education) 

  • Courses Taught

    Employment Law

    Higher Education Law

  • Education

    Ph.D. Ohio State University, Higher Education Administration

    J.D. Georgetown University Law Center

  • Publications

    W.A. Kaplin and B.A. Lee. The Law of Higher Education, 5th edition. Jossey-Bass Publishers, in press.

    B.A. Lee and K. A. Rinehart. “Dealing with Troublesome College Faculty and Staff: Legal and Policy Issues.” Journal of College and University Law, Vol. 37 (2), 2011, pp. 359-402.

    B.A Lee.  “Fifty Years of Higher Education Law: Turning the Kaleidoscope.” Journal of College and University Law, Vol. 36 (3) (2010), pp. 649-690.

    B.A. Lee and G.E. Abbey. “College Students with Mental Disabilities: Legal and Policy Issues.” Journal of College and University Law, Vol. 34, 2008, pp. 349-391.            

    B. A. Lee, “Who Are You? Fraudulent Credentials and Background Checks in Academe.” Journal of College and University Law, Vol. 32, 2006, pp. 655-680.   

  • Research Initiatives

    Professor Lee conducts research on new developments in the law that affect employers and higher education institutions. Recent work has included a study of legal issues related to dealing with employees with psychiatric disorders, the legal constraints on employers’ attempts to regulate employee use of social media, the impact of the nondiscrimination laws on dealing with students with psychiatric disorders, a retrospective analysis of the last fifty years of the law related to colleges and universities, and the legal issues related to background checks of applicants for employment.

  • Subjects Taught

    Employment Law

    Higher Education Law

  • Awards

    • 2011 Alice Paul Equality Award from the Alice Paul Institute for her work on behalf of women in the workforce.

    • Daniel Gorenstein Award

    • 2010 William A. Kaplin Award for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Polciy Scholarship.

  • Files

  • 848-445-1350
  • lee@smlr.rutgers.edu
  • School of Management and Labor Relations
    Rutgers University
    94 Rockafeller Road
    Piscataway, NJ 08854

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Distinguished Professor

Faculty

Dorothy Sue Cobble, Distinguished Professor, holds a joint appointment in the Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations and the Department of History.


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Assistant Professor

Faculty

Mingwei Liu is Assistant Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations at Rutgers University. He holds a PhD in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University. His research interests fall into two broad areas. The first is Asian industrial relations, with a specific focus on Chinese labor relations, trade unions, and human resource issues. The second is high performance work practices, with a specific focus on the healthcare sector 

  • Associated Programs

    Member of Labor and Employment Relations Association

    Member of Academy of Management

    Member of Sloan Industry Studies Association

    Member of The Association for Asian Studies

  • Courses Taught

    Employment Relations and HRM in China (Cornell)

    Introduction to Labor Studies and Employment Relations

    Comparative Labor Movements

    International Comparative Labor and Employment Relations  

    Employee Relations/Human Resources in China

  • Education

    Ph.D. Cornell University

    M.S. Central University for Nationalities, Beijing, China

    B.A. University of International Business & Economics, Beijing, China 

  • Publications

     Liu Mingwei. 2010. “Union Organizing in China: Still a Monolithic Labor Movement?”  Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol.64, No.1, pp. 30-52. Available at http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/ilrreview/vol64/iss1/2/

    Liu Mingwei, Chunyun Li, and Sunghoon Kim. 2011. “The Changing Chinese Trade Unions: A Three Level Analysis.” In Shelton Peter, Sunghoon Kim, Yiqiong Li, and Malcolm Warner (eds), China’s Changing Workplace. London: Routledge.

    Avgar Ariel, Rebecca Givan, and Mingwei Liu. 2011. “Patient Centered but Employee Delivered: Patient-Centered-Care, Turnover, and Organizational Outcomes,” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, forthcoming [The authors contributed equally to the paper; order was determined alphabetically.]

    Avgar Ariel, Rebecca Givan, and Mingwei Liu. 2011. “A Balancing Act: Work-Life-Balance and Multiple Stakeholder Outcomes in Hospitals,” British Journal of Industrial Relations, forthcoming [The authors contributed equally to the paper; order was determined alphabetically.]

    Kuruvilla Sarosh and Mingwei Liu. 2007. “Health Security for the Rural Poor?  A Case Study of a Health Insurance Scheme for Rural Farmers & Peasants in India”, International Social Security Review, 60 (4), pp. 3-21. [Published in four languages: English, French, German, and Spanish]

     

     

     

     

     

      

  • Awards

    Thomas A. Kochan and Stephen R. Sleigh Best Dissertation Award, Labor and Employment Relations Association, 2010.

    Early Career Fellowship, Cardiff Business School, 2010 (£ 500).

    Runner-Up for the Best PHD Dissertation, Labor History, 2010.

  • Expertise

    Labor and Human Resource issues in China; high performance work system

  • Files

  • 848-932-6540
  • mliu@work.rutgers.edu
  • School of Management and Labor Relations
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    50 Labor Center Way
    New Brunswick, NJ 08903

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Director, Undergraduate and Masters Programs in Labor and Employment Relations

Faculty

  • Departments

    Labor Studies and Employment Relations

  • Associated Programs

    Public Service Member of NJ PERC

  • Courses Taught

    Undergraduate:

    Introduction to Labor Studies and Employment Relations

    Perspectives on Labor Studies and Employment Relations

    Economics of the Employment Relations

    Issues in Work: Avoid Sexual Harrassment

     

    Masters:

    Introductory Seminar in labor and Employment Relations

    Economics and Demographics of Labor Markets

    Ph.D.:

    Seminar in Industrial Relations: A Survey of Scholarly Literature

  • Education

    Harvard University, Ph.D. Economics

    Portland State University, MA Economics

    Whitman College, AB English

  • Publications

    Steven E. Abraham, Adrienne E. Eaton, and Paula B. Voos, “Card Check Recognition:  Resulting Labor Relations and Investor Reaction,” in Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, ed. by Bruce Kaufman and David Lewin. Vol. 17 (2009), pp. 1-30.

    Steven E. Abraham and Paula B. Voos, “Investors’ Assessment of California’s Health Insurance Act of 2003,” Industrial Relations, Vol. 47, No. 2 (April, 2008), pp. 209-228.

    Haejin Kim and Paula B. Voos, “The Korean Economic Crisis and Working Women,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol. 37, No. 2, (May 2007), pp. 190-208.

    Dale Belman and Paula B. Voos, “High Wages and Union Decline:  Evidence from the Construction Industry,” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 60, No. 1 (Oct. 2006), pp. 67-87

  • Research Initiatives

    Current initiatives involve working with two different SMLR research teams.  One project concerns the consequences of union representation of teaching/research assistants in higher education (with Professor Adrienne Eaton and PhD student Sean Rogers).  Another project involves the way union representation interacts with employee ownership or other forms of “shared capitalism”   (With Professors Adrienne Eaton, Doug Kruse, and Joseph Blasi and Phd student John McCarthy).  A final ongoing initiative involves extending recently published research on how equity markets react to unions created through majority sign-up; here the goal is to measure that same reaction to representation election victories after organizing campaigns of different lengths. The purpose of this last study would be to inform contemporary debates over labor law reform.

  • Subjects Taught

    Labor Economics

    Employment Relations Theory

    Labor Relations

  • Files

  • 848-932-1748
  • pbvoos@work.rutgers.edu
  • School of Management and Labor Relations
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    Labor Education Center
    50 Labor Center Way
    New Brunswick, NJ 08903

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