Janet H. Marler
Ph.D., Cornell University
Janet H. Marler, Phd. is Professor of Management and past Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Chair of the Management Department. Prior to earning a PhD from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, she held several senior executive positions in financial services industry in Boston, MA including corporate controller and vice president of private equity placements.
Professor Marler teaches graduate courses in Human Resource Management, Human Resource Information Systems, and the capstone MBA Thesis and Field Project courses and undergraduate courses in Human Resource Management, Career, and Compensation Management. She has also taught at Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Rutgers University, and Universidad del Salvador in Argentina and is the recipient of the Dean W. Warren Haynes Memorial Award for outstanding graduate teaching.
Her research on the strategic use of HR technology and HR analytics, strategic compensation, and alternative employment arrangements has been published in leading scholarly books and journals including Academy of Management Perspectives, Human Resource Management Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Managerial Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Strategic Management Journal.
With Dr. Sandra Fisher, she is co-author of the book, Making HR Technology Decisions: A Strategic Perspective. In addition, she serves the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Management, Human Resource Management Review and International Journal of Human Resource Management, and is also co-editor of a special issues on Digitization and the Transformation of Human Resource Management for the International Journal of Human Resource Management and HR/People Analytics and Human Resource Management for Human Resource Management Journal.
Strategic Human Resource Management, HR Analytics
Human Resource Analytics