John Kammeyer-Mueller

Curtis L. Carlson Professor of Industrial Relations
University of Minnesota

Dr. Kammeyer-Mueller’s research examines how employees adjust to new jobs, the process of career development, and how attitudes and emotions shape behavior in organizations. He is particularly interested in learning how interpersonal relationships with co-workers and supervisors can affect how new hires see their work environments over time. Ongoing projects also look at topics such as stress and coping, workforce diversity, and applied research methods. His work has appeared in publications such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, and Organizational Research Methods, among others. He has provided human resources consulting with several organizations, including the Minnesota Department of Economic Security, Allegiance Healthcare, 3M, Merck, American Express, Cargill, and General Mills. Professor Kammeyer-Mueller teaches courses related to organizational behavior and human resources in the undergraduate, masters’, and doctoral programs at the University of Minnesota.