Justice Tillman, Assistant Professor of Management in the Zicklin School of Business, has conducted research in the areas of human resource management and organizational behavior, management psychology, decision-making processes, ethical behavior, personality, and leadership. He has over 15 years of progressive management experience in the quick service restaurant industry.
Professor Tillman is available to comment on:
- Issues related to employee performance and behavior
- Compensation issues, including minimum wage increase, labor union negotiation
- Ethical behavior of supervisors and subordinates in the workplace
- Factors that influence job satisfaction
Professor Tillman has been published in Team Performance Management, Journal of Applied and Behavioral Management, Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict and other peer reviewed journals. Professor Tillman is a member of the Academy of Management, Southern Management Association, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologist, Society for Human Resource Management along with other professional associations.
Prior to his time at Baruch, Professor Tillman was an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas, Dallas and an Assistant Professor of Management at Lander University.
Professor Tillman earned a Bachelor of Business Administration, Management from Augusta State University; a Master’s of Human Resource Development, a Master’s of Business Administration, and Doctorate of Education, all from Clemson University; and a PhD in Management from The University of Alabama. He is also certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR).