Undergraduate institution: New York University
My research interests primarily lie in employee health and well-being. Specifically, I am interested in understanding the factors that affect the physical and mental health of employees, and the subsequent influence on employee productivity and work quality. I also conduct research in my additional areas of interest, selection and leadership. In my master’s thesis, I combine several of these interests and examine the effects of stress on the procedural fairness of selection decision-making.
Representative publications and presentations:
Gisler, S., Omansky, R., Alenick, P., Tumminia, A. M., Eatough, E. M., & Johnson, R. C. (2018). Work-life conflict and employee health: A review. Manuscript submitted for publication. Under Review