Julie McCarthy is a Professor of Organizational Behaviour and HR Management at the University of Toronto Scarborough, with a cross-appointment to the Organizational Behaviour area at Rotman. Julie’s research examines strategies that individuals can use to build resilience, reduce stress, and achieve success in their work and home lives. She also studies how organizations can ensure that their policies and practices are viewed favorably by job applicants and employees. Julie is the Associate Chair of External Relations and Strategic Initiatives in the Department of Management at UTSC and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology and the Journal of Business and Psychology. Her work is published in leading academic journals and she has received numerous awards and recognitions for her research contributions. Julie’s work has also been featured in several prominent media outlets, such as Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Financial Post, CBC, CTV, and Macleans. In the corporate sector, Julie has collaborated on research initiatives, training programs, performance management systems and selection tools on behalf public and private corporations that include Deloitte, Microsoft, TMX, Rogers, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the Canadian Department of National Defence, among others.
Research and Teaching Interests
Employee well-being and resilience, workplace anxiety/stress, personnel selection, leadership, performance management.