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Karen Yarrish Ph.D




Karen Yarrish Ph.D.

Professor and Chairperson, BMT Division
Department or Division: Division of Management
Office Location: Harris Hall, Room 208
Email: karen.yarrish@keystone.edu
Phone Number:(570) 945-8435

What makes Keystone special to me?
"The collaborative, caring, friendly environment. The wonderful students, administrators, staff, and faculty."

Education:

King's College, Bachelor's Degree, Business Administration

University of Scranton, Master's Degree, Human Resource Management

The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. Workforce Education and Development

Courses Teaching:

HRM 102, Intro to Human Resource Management HRM 230, Employment Law HRM 325, Compensation & Development HRM 345, Training & Development HRM 400, Organizational Analysis and Change HRM 445, Current Topics in HRM

Research:

Presentations: The Effect of Organizational Structure on Single-Source

and Multiple-Source Performance Appraisal Processes: Implications for HRD.

Paper presented to members of the Academy of Human Resource Development at the AHRD 2001 Conference in Tulsa, OK, March 4, 2001.

"Multi-source feedback appraisal in two types of organizational structures: How self, supervisor, and other ratings differ."

Paper presented to members of the Academy of Human Resource Development at the AHRD 2002 Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, March 3, 2002.

Publications:

Multi-source feedback appraisal in two types of organizational structures: How self, supervisor, and other ratings differ. In T. M.

Egan (Ed.) 2002 Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development, 940-947, Honolulu, Hawaii: The Academy of Human Resource Development.

The effect of organizational structure on single -source and multiple-source performance appraisal processes: Implications for HRD. In O. A. Agliaga (Ed.) 2001 Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development, 972-979, Baton Rouge, LA: The Academy of Human Resource Development.

Examining the relationship between a multi-source feedback performance appraisal and ratee acceptance in a loosely coupled system.

Dissertation topic for Doctor of Philosophy Degree, Workforce Education & Development program at the Pennsylvania State University.

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