Hazel-Anne M. Johnson-Marcus

Associate Teaching Professor
Director, Undergraduate Program in Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Executive and Professional Education
Ph.D., Industrial-Organizational Psychology, University of South Florida
 94 Rockafeller Road, Suite 216, Piscataway, NJ 08854
  • Staffing, diversity in organizations, performance management and training and development
  • Diversity within mentoring relationships
  • Human resource management
  • Human and social sustainability

Dr. Hazel-Anne M. Johnson-Marcus is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management, Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations. Professor Johnson-Marcus teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level covering the content areas of human resource management, staffing, diversity in organizations, performance management, training and development, and the future of work. She has taught traditional, hybrid and fully online courses. She approaches her role as a professor with great passion and enthusiasm, and strives to engage her students’ critical thinking skills and encourages them to become more socially responsible citizens within their organizations, and our broader society.

Dr. Johnson-Marcus' research publications have addressed the topics of emotional labor, emotional intelligence, as well as diversity within mentoring relationships. Recently, her research interests have focused on the well-being of employees, especially those who appear to be neglected or invisible within the literature. She is particularly interested in human and social sustainability, that is, the impact of human resource policies and practices of an organization on the health and well-being of its employees.

Dr. Johnson-Marcus received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Florida and her master’s and doctoral degrees in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of South Florida.

Intro to Human Resource Management
Developing Human Capital
Special Topics: Diversity
Executive & Professional Education - HR for the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Diversity and Inclusion; Transcultural Health Care & Cultural Competency
Executive & Professional Education - Custom Program: Transcultural Health Care & Cultural Competency