Employee Staffing: Recruiting, Testing, and Interviewing with International Applications, Justice Theories and Conflict Resolution: Managing Workplace Conflict and Employment-related Legal Issues in Domestic and International Settings
Dr. Richard A. Posthuma is a Professor of Management. He earned his Master's degree in Labor and Industrial Relations from Michigan State University in 1977; his J.D., cum laude, from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1992; and his Ph.D. from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University in 1999. He has worked for many years in Human Resource Management, Labor Relations, and Law in both the private and public sectors in union and nonunion settings. His teaching interests include Human Resource Management, Negotiation, Employee Relations, and Employment Law. He conducts and publishes research in both domestic and international settings related to employee staffing (recruiting, selection, and turnover), conflict management, and legal institutions.