Phillip Jolly is a third-year doctoral candidate studying human resource management and organizational behavior at the Bauer College of Business. His research interests include employee disability issues, discrimination, discipline, and implicit theories. A particular focus is the way in which cognitive processes shape employees' and managers' perceptions of HR processes and HR-related transactions.
Prior to returning to school, Phil held positions in manufacturing, accounting, and HR, and spent several years as a professional bluegrass musician.
- Disability in the Workplace
- Employee Discipline
- Cognitive Processes in HR
Academic Associations & Editorial Boards
- Academy of Management
- Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
- Society for Human Resource Management
- Southern Management Association
- Organizational Behavior Teaching Society
- No Web Site Currently
- MANA 3335 - Intro to Organizational Behavior and Management
MBA - University of Alaska
BA - Montana State University