Professor McKay received his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychologyfrom the University of Akron. He is a member of the Academy of Management, Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, American Psychological Association, and the Personnel/Human Resources Research Group (PHRRG). His primary research interests are the interactive effects of race-ethnicity and organizations' diversity climates on recruitment outcomes, employee job performance, work attitudes, and retention, as well as organizational-level performance. Related interests include racial-ethnic differences in performance on personnel selection devices and the influence of location characteristics on job choice and turnover decisions. He has published articles in respected publications such as the Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology.
Department of Human Resource Management
School of Management and Labor Relations
Diversity; Diversity climate; Work attitudes; Recruitment; Retention; Personnel selection; Staffing; Measurement