Ph.D. in Management, U.C.L.A., 1977
Master of Business Administration, U.C.L.A., 1973
B.S. in Business Administration, Drexel, 1969
Lifetime California Community College Instructor in Business Management
Have given trial testimony in over 30 cases for both defendants and plaintiffs.
After first being employed as a human resource manager for Ford Motor Company in 1969, I have over 25 years experience as a consultant to over 100 organizations around the world concerning how to improve human resource management policies and practices. These include the following: Arco-Atlantic Richfield Company, American Security Distribution, Basic Four Information Systems, Bausch & Lomb, Brother International Corporation, CalComp, ConAgra, General Dynamics Corporation, In-N-Out Burger, Interstate Electronics Corporation, Pioneer Electronics, Reynolds Metals Company, Sewell Plastics, Shasta Beverages, Shell Oil Company, and Toshiba.
1977-Present: Professor of Human Resource Management, California State University, Fullerton
Regularly have taught classes concerning compensation in both graduate and undergraduate programs.
Have published over 500 articles in a wide variety of academic and professional journals and books. These are available upon request.
Society For Human Resource Management
World at Work - The Professional Association for Compensation, Benefits and Total Rewards
The Los Angeles Compensation and Benefits Association
In 2002 was notified by the President of California State University that I was selected to be honored at a special recognition event in 2003 for my "distinguished service."
In 2001 was chosen to be honored at an "Outstanding Faculty Recognition" event by the Vice President for Academic Affairs at California State University, Fullerton for my "Outstanding Scholarly and Creative activity" during "the past three years."
In 2000 won California State University, Fullerton's Faculty Merit award for my "professional achievements and superior contributions to the school and the university."
In 1999 received a letter of commendation from the President of California State University, Fullerton.
In 1998 was honored by the Vice President for Academic Affairs at California State University, Fullerton at an Outstanding Recognition Event" for my "noteworthy level of activity in the past three years with regard to scholarly and creative activity.
In 1997 was awarded a two-step Performance Salary Increase "given in recognition of your outstanding and meritorious performance as a member of the California State University, Fullerton faculty."
In 1996 was awarded a two-step Performance Salary Increase "given in recognition of your outstanding and meritorious performance as a member of the California State University, Fullerton faculty."
In 1996 a program was hosted in my honor by CSUF's Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Institute for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning in recognition of my accomplishments over the past two years as a teacher scholar.
In 1996 taught the first graduate course on managing human resources ever to be televised for the public in the United States.
In 1995 taught the first graduate course on human behavior in organizations ever to be televised for the public in the United States.
Nominee for the 1993 Bradford Outstanding Educator in the United States Award.
Finalist for the 1992 Annual Outstanding Faculty Award, School of Business Administration and Economics, California State University, Fullerton.
Recipient of the 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 School of Business Administration and Economics’ Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award.
Selected for the following: Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who in California, Personalities of America, Community Leaders of America, and Who's Who in the World.