University of Hertfordshire

Dr Kathlyn Wilson

Dr Kathlyn Wilson

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University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Hertfordshire
United Kingdom

Overview

Dr Kathlyn Wilson is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management (PhD, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, with a minor in International Business, The Ohio State University). She is a Chartered Organisational Psychologist and an Academic Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD).

Dr Wilson's research interests centre on the factors affecting the accuracy, fairness, and usefulness of assessment processes in organisations, particularly the conceptualisation and measurement of job performance; and ‘intra-national’ cultures in organisations and their implications for assessment. She has published in peer-reviewed journals including Human Relations and has presented at international conferences such as the Academy of Management and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

Dr Wilson's Academic and scholarly experience include: Visiting Assistant Professor in the College of Business at Florida International University, Miami (2003-2004); Visiting Scholar at the Educational Testing Service (New Constructs Division), Princeton, New Jersey (Summer 2009) and Associate Professor (tenured) at Delaware State University’s College of Business (2004-2011).

Dr Wilson has served as an expert advisor to the (then) Commission for Racial Equality which included commissioned research across three large government departments looking at the impact of appraisal systems on ethnic minorities; population analyses and advice in informal investigations. She has served on the Department for Work and Pensions Ethnic Minority Employment Stakeholder Group (2013-2016). Current advisory roles include the Department for Education's Apprenticeships Equality and Diversity Group. She is an occasional assessor in assessment centres for UN agencies (World Food Programme and the UN Development Programme); and a judge and award presenter for Business in the Community’s Race for Opportunity annual awards (since 2013).

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