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Marcus Fila, MBA, MS
Instructor of Management

MS, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Ohio University

MBA
Kingston University, London UK

Post-graduate Diploma in Management Studies
Greenwich School of Management, London UK


Currently pursuing:

PhD, Educational/Organizational Leadership
Western Michigan University

Area of Expertise:
• Management
• Marketing
• Human Resource Management

Rsearch Interests:
• Occupational stress and well-being
• Employee turnover
Job design

Selected Publications:
Fila, M. J. (in press). Work stress and cancer: Exploring the role of the work environment. In B.B. Aggerwal, & P. Sudhakaran (Eds.), Perspectives in Cancer Prevention; Translational Cancer Research,
New Delhi, India: Springer.

Academic/Professional Activities:
Human Resource Management textbook reviewer for Bridgepoint Education Inc.
• Member, Academy of Management (AoM), Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Society for Organizational Health Psychology (SOPH), Association of MBAs (AMBA)

Honors/Awards:
Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Theta Kappa
Awarded "Commendation," Kingston University
Awarded "Distinction," Greenwich School of Management


 


Marcus worked for almost a decade in executive recruitment, both in London and in the U.S. During this time, he instigated a portfolio of relationships with senior executives at Fortune 500 and mid-sized organizations, placing IT and engineering professionals. He also worked extensively with "Big 4" and "Group A" accountancy practices in the UK and across Europe, headhunting and placing Partners and Directors. Prior to that, Marcus worked in London's media sales industry, interviewing company CEOs throughout Europe and promoting personalized corporate documentaries. Feeling called to academia, Marcus' primary interests are in the hands-on mentoring and development of students for their professional and personal success. His desire to improve the workplace has been a catalyst for research interests in occupational stress and well-being, employee turnover, and job design. Marcus enjoys traveling, cooking and hospitality, and is an avid soccer and tennis follower.

fila@hope.edu
VZN 158
(616) 395-7023

Fall 2013 Office Hours:
TBD