Dr. Phillips joined the University of Houston in 1980. He served as Department Chairperson from 1999 until 2007 and from October, 2012 to May, 2015. He also served as the Director for the Bauer College's Ph.D. programs. Teaching interests are in the area of Human Resource Management with particular emphasis on human resource selection, training, and performance appraisal. Current research interests include leadership and moral decision making, perceptions of equity in the grievance/legal remedy-seeking behavior of third party observers, beliefs about punishment, and perceptions of the antecedents and consequences of discriminatory behavior in organizations.
- Perception of grievance policies
- Leadership and moral decision making
Areas of Expertise
- Selection and appraisal of employees
- Krylova, K.O., Elkins Longacre, T. & Phillips, J.S. (2018). Applicants with a tarnished past: Stealing thunder and overcoming prior wrongdoing. Journal of Business Ethics, 150, 793-802.
- Krylova, K.O., Jolly, P.M., & Phillips, J.S. (2017). Followers' moral judgments and leaders' integrity-based transgressions: A synthesis of literatures. The Leadership Quarterly, 28, 195-209.
- MANA 4355: Staffing and Selection
- MANA 4341: Leading Organizational Change
Ph.D. I/O Psychology
University of Akron