Steffanie L. Wilk’s research interests include the relationship of occupational mobility patterns of individuals in the labor force, employee burnout and turnover, emotional labor, and the relationship between human resource practices and organizational strategy. She has published work in Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and American Psychologist. Two of her recent studies—one of which is supported by the Russell Sage/Rockefeller Foundation’s Future of Work Program—focus on the skills, career opportunities, and mobility of service center workers. Wilk’s dissertation and research papers have won awards from the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists. She has been retained as an expert witness in cases involving selection systems and has consulted for both public and private sector organizations in the area of selection, turnover and absenteeism, and organizational change. At Fisher, Wilk teaches courses in organizational behavior and strategic human resources. Prior to joining the Fisher faculty, she taught at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, where she received the 2003 Excellence in Teaching Award. Wilks received her PhD in Industrial Relations with an emphasis in staffing, training and development, and organizational behavior from the Industrial Relations Center, University of Minnesota.