Paul J. Antonellis, Jr.
- Lecturer, Human Resource Management
- Employment Screening Process
- Employment Screening & Tattoos
- Utilization of Action Research in Organizations
My area of interest in research utilizes qualitative Action Research surrounding the employment screening process. Action research is more practice-based as it involves implementing an intervention to improve an organizational problem and it tends to complement the challenges often faced by human resource managers.
- Ed.D. Leadership and Management Capella University
- M.A. Labor Policy Studies Empire State College
- B.S. Fire Service Administration Empire State College
- (MGT 3351) Human Resource Management
- (MGT 3360) Advanced Human Resource Management
- (BUS 1100) Introduction to Business
- (BUS 1100H) Introduction to Business – Honors
- (MGT 4900) Leadership & Resiliency
Antonellis, P., & Silsbee, R. (2018). Employment Interview Screening: Time to face the ink. Journal of Business & Economic Policy. 5(4).
Antonellis, P., (2017). Employment & promotional interviews: Structure vs unstructured. IPSA Journal. 1(1), p. 1-13.
Antonellis, P., & Berry, G. (2017). Practical steps for the utilization of Action Research in your organization: A qualitative approach for non-academic research. International Journal of Human Resource. 7(2), p. 41-59.
Antonellis, P., Berry, G., & Silsbee, R. (2017). Employment interview screening: Is the ink worth it? Global Journal of Human Resource Management. 5(2), p. 38-53.
Antonellis, P., & Flam, D. (2016). Phoning it in? Examining pre-employment phone interview procedure in higher education. International Journal of Human Resource Studies. 6(1), p. 21-45.
Antonellis, P. (2014). Revisiting Action Research. Journal of Social Science. 1(1), p. 12-20
Books and Book Chapters
Antonellis, P. (2019). Chapter 23, Labor-Management Relations. In B. Flemming (Ed.), Company Officer Handbook. Tulsa, OK: PennWell Publishing.
Antonellis, P. (2012). “Labor Relations for the Fire Service”. Tulsa, OK: PennWell Publishing.
Antonellis, P., & Mitchell, S. (2005). “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Firefighters: The Calls that Stick with You.” Ellicott City, MD: Chevron Publishing.
Antonellis, P. (1995). “Guide to Help The Fire Service Prepare For A Line-Of-Duty Death.” Yarmouth, MA: Self-published.