According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Industrial-Organizational psychology is the fastest growing career path for the next ten years. The field is expected to grow 53% by the year 2022. Yet according to a recent survey, only 15% of HR professionals and 32% of business professionals are familiar with the field of I-O psychology. I-O psychologists practice and research in a wide-variety of areas such as: job performance, assessments, personnel selection, training, work motivation, job attitudes, work-life balance, job analysis, team performance, occupational health and safety, diversity, compensation, etc.
In this webcast three I-O Psychologists from different organizations will highlight a case study on how they addressed and solved common talent and business issues.