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Bauer, Talya

Talya Bauer Portland State University, USA

Talya Bauer, PhD

Gerry & Marilyn Cameron Endowed Professor of Management

Talya Bauer earned her PhD in business with an emphasis in organizational behavior and human resources from Purdue University. She is an award-winning teacher including being awarded the Innovation in Teaching Award from the HR Division of the Academy of Management. She teaches HR analytics, introduction to HRM, training and development, organizational behavior, and negotiations courses and has also been recognized by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) with the Distinguished Teaching Award. She conducts research about HR and relationships at work. More specifically, she works in research areas across the employee life cycle including recruitment and selection, new employee onboarding, and coworker and leader relationships. This work has resulted in dozens of journal publications, book chapters, and research grants including from NSF and NIH. She has acted as a consultant for government, Fortune 1,000, and start-up organizations. She has been quoted and her work covered in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, the Washington Post, Business Week, Talent Management, USA Today, as well as appearing on NPR’s All Things Considered. Previously, she worked as a computer consultant and as a trainer in California, Idaho, Oregon, and Hong Kong. She has been a visiting professor in France, Italy, Spain, and at Google, Inc. Talya is involved in professional organizations and conferences at the national level such as serving on the Human Resource Management Executive Committee of the Academy of Management and as SIOP president. She has received several Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) research grants and authored SHRM’s “Onboarding New Employees: Maximizing Success” and coauthored SHRM’s “Applicant Reactions to Selection: HR’s Best Practices” white papers. She is an associate editor for the Journal of Applied Psychology, the former editor of Journal of Management, and on the editorial boards for Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practices. She has coauthored multiple textbooks including Organizational Behavior, Principles of Management, and Psychology and Work: Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She is a fellow of SIOP, APA, APS, and IAAP.