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Please participate in survey on employee workplace issues

My students at the California School of Professional Psychology and I are conducting a research study and would very much welcome broad participation. Please see below for information about the research and a link to the online questionnaire. Thanks!! -Bernardo Ferdman Survey on Employee Workplace Issues IRB   Approval Number:  #1954 We are Ph.D. students seeking participants to complete a brief 10 to 15-minute online survey for our...

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“Diversity in Organizations and Cross-Cultural Work Psychology: What If They Were More Connected?”: Commentaries on focal article now being received by IOP journal

The journal of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice (Cindy McCauley, Editor) has accepted a focal article written by Bernardo Ferdman and Lilach Sagiv, for Volume 5, Issue 3. The article, titled Diversity in Organizations and Cross-Cultural Work Psychology: What If They Were More Connected?, discusses “how the fields of diversity in...

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Dr. Bernardo Ferdman Chosen As Expert Panelist for “Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks: Standards for Organizations Around the World”

The recently published Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks: Standards for Organizations Around the World is based on extensive contributions from 79 Expert Panelists around the world and illustrates what excellent diversity and inclusion work looks like today, worldwide. The 13 categories, including strategy, business case, leadership, recruitment, communication, product development, measurement, training, social responsibility,...

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The Opportunity of Diversity in a Global Context: New Video Blog for the Center for the Study of the Workplace

This is a continuation of my video blog on global diversity, featured this week on the website of the Center for the Study of the Workplace: http://www.studyofwork.com/2011/05/global-workforce-5-18 From the Center’s website posting: “As a follow-up to our last conversation with Dr. Bernardo Ferdman, we now address his comments on some of the skills needed to become a successful global worker. In his opinion people need to...

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