Jill Ellingson publishes research related to organizational staffing and has a well-established reputation in employment testing. Her research focuses on a number of themes including employment assessment in the workplace, the design of selection systems to meet organizational goals, the use of non-traditional work arrangements, and employee retention. Her work has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and the American Psychologist. She was ranked among the most published female authors in the Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology during the 1990s. She is an editorial board member for Personnel Psychology, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Journal of Business and Psychology. Ellingson teaches undergraduate, masters, doctorate, and executive level courses in human resource management, training and development, individual differences, research methods, and organizational staffing. She is a Fisher College of Business Research Pace Setter and a Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) Fellow. She is the recipient of a Fisher College of Business Undergraduate Program Teaching Award. Ellingson holds a PhD and BA from University of Minnesota.