Janet H. Marler

Position: Professor
Office: (518) 956-8334
Email: marler (at) albany.edu
Curriculum Vitae

Education
Ph.D., Cornell University

Academic Subfields
HRIS, Strategic HR, Compensation

Applied Interests
HRIS, Compensation

Research Interests & Publications
Marler, Janet, and Boudreau, J W. (2017) “An Evidenced-based Review of HR Analytics” International Journal of Human Resource Management. Vol 28 (1): 3-26.

Marler, J and Fisher, S. (2017) Making HR Technology Decisions: A Strategic Perspective, Business Expert Press: New York.

Marler, J., Cronemberger, F. and Tao, M. (2017). HR Analytics: The Influence of eHRM in Talent Management). Here to stay or short-lived management fashion? In Bondarouk, T, Parry, E. and Ruel, H. (Eds.), EHRM in the Smart Era. London: Emerald Press.

Marler, Janet, and Parry, E. (2016) “Information Technology and Strategic Involvement in Human Resource Management” International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 27 (19): 2233-2253

Marler, Janet and Fisher, S. (2016) “The eHRM Value Proposition: Introduction to Special Section” Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 33(2): 91-94.

Marler, Janet and Fisher, S. (2016) (Eds). eHRM Value Proposition Special Section. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 33(2):91-137.

Epstein, Sue, Marler, Janet, and Taber, T. (2015) Manager’s Family Supportive Supervisory Behaviors: A Multilevel Perspective, Organization Management Journal, 12:1-13. *Awarded Best Research Paper in 2015*

Varma, Sonali and Marler, Janet (2013). “The dual nature of prior computer experience: More is not necessarily better for technology acceptance” Computers in Human Behavior, 29:1475-1482.

Marler, Janet and Fisher, S. (2013). An Evidence-based Review of e-HRM and Strategic HR. Human Resource Management Review, 23: 18-36.

Marler, Janet (2012). Strategic Human Resource Management in Context: A Historical and Global Perspective. Academy of Management Perspectives 26(2):6-11.

Liang, Xiaoya, Marler, J. and Cui, Z. (2012). Strategic Human Resource Management in China: East meets West. Academy of Management Perspectives 26(2):55-70.

Marler, Janet and Xiaoya Liang. (2012). Upskilling or Deskilling: The Effect of Automating White-collar Service Work. New Technology, Work and Employment Journal 27(2):133-146.

Johnson, R, Gueutal, H. and Marler, J. (2012). Developing HR Technology Skills for the 21st Century: The Importance of HRIS Education, Workforce Solutions Review, April/May: 14-17.

Lyons, Brian and Marler, Janet H. (2011). Facilitating Self-Selection with Web Recruiting: Achieving Strategic Value Congruence. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 26(1):58-76.

Marler, Janet, H. and Faugere, Christophe. (2010). Activist Institutional Shareholders and Middle Manager Stock Option Compensation. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 18(4): 313-328.

Marler, Janet H. (2009). Electronic HRM: A Model of Making HRM More Strategic. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 20(3):515-527.

Marler, Janet, Fisher, Sandra, and Weiling Ke (2009). Employee Self-Service Technology Acceptance: A Comparison of Pre-adoption and Post-adoption Relationships. Personnel Psychology, 62(2):327-348.

Lambert A, Marler, J. and Gueutal, H. (2008). Flexible Work Arrangements: Why Do Employees Use Them? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 73:107-117.

Marler, Janet, Liang Xiaoya and Dulebohn, James. (2006). The Effect of Technology Training on Technology Acceptance. Journal of Management, 32:721-743.

Yanadori, Yoshio and Marler, Janet. (2006). Compensation Strategy: Does Business Strategy Influence Compensation in High-Technology Firms? Strategic Management Journal, 27: 559-570.

Marler, Janet and Dulebohn, James. (2005). A Model of Employee Self-Service Technology Use. Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management, 24:139-182.

Marler, Janet and Moen, Phyllis. (2005). Alternative Employment Arrangements: A Gender Perspective. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 52: 337-349.

Marler, Janet H, Barringer, Melissa, and Milkovich, George, T. (2002). Boundaryless and Traditional Contingent Employees: Worlds Apart. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23: 425-453.

Courses
MGT 514 : Human Resource Management
MGT 601 : Computer Applications in Human Resource Management
MGT 610 : Laboratory in HR Information Systems