The Human Resources Research Organization

HumRRO has a long, rich history of providing solutions to a variety of human capital, educational, training, measurement, and survey challenges. Our staff work with clients to help resolve their “people” issues and improve their human capital management. Through our research, program evaluation, and policy analysis, HumRRO has supported a wide variety of federal and state agencies as well as corporate and nonprofit organizations, and foundations. We are dedicated to excellence in everything we do, drawing on the qualities that have long contributed to our success: competence, objectivity, professionalism, character, integrity, energy, and commitment. We also are committed to understanding and meeting our clients’ needs and expectations, and developing a lasting partnership with them.

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Outstanding Contributions in Military Selection/Recruitment Research

Aug 22, 2017
The Society of Military Psychology awarded Deirdre Knapp the Julius E. Uhlaner Award for Outstanding Contributions in Research on Military Selection and Recruitment at the recent 2017 annual APA convention. Read More >

HumRRO Welcomes Dr. Thanos Patelis

Apr 12, 2017
It is with great pleasure that HumRRO welcomes Dr. Thanos Patelis as a Principal Scientist in our Educational Policy Impact Center (EPIC). Thanos earned his Ph.D. in Psychometrics from Fordham University and has worked over 25... Read More >

Contributions to the Field: 2017 SIOP Conference

Apr 7, 2017
Continuing our commitment to contribute to science, HumRRO staff are giving over 20 presentations at the 2017 Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Conference in Orlando, FL, April 27-29, 2017. Read More >

Can Bullies Be Good Leaders?

Mar 30, 2017
It can be difficult to select people who will serve as the best leaders. A new study by HumRRO’s Colby Kennedy suggests that one of the best methods for identifying effective leaders - assessment centers - may have a blind spot... Read More >

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