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SIOP Member Registries Offer Opportunities to Gain Visibility, Make Connections

SIOP Member Registries are a great way for SIOP professional members to gain visibility and make connections based on areas of interest or expertise. They also serve as a way for SIOP to identify experts in a topic for articles or as a media resource. SIOP professional members may participate in the following four registries:

  • Health, Safety, and Well-Being
    Health, safety, and well-being in the workplace affect many outcomes of interest to companies, such as employee productivity, turnover, and absenteeism. Research suggests that these outcomes can be addressed through various types of employee wellness programs and training that improves employee well-being in general.
  • Cybersecurity
    This registry allows SIOP members, members of the media, organizations, policy makers, and other relevant parties to easily identify and contact international I-O psychologists with knowledge, experience, and interest in cybersecurity for research projects; when preparing advocacy statements; and more.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Pro-Social/Humanitarian I-O Psychology
    This registry allows SIOP members, members of the media, organizations, policy makers, and other relevant parties to easily identify and contact those with knowledge, experience, and interest in CSR, HWP, and pro-social I-O, including for engagement with the SIOP United Nations Committee. 
  • Advocacy
    Advocating for the science and practice of I-O psychology to political, economic, and social stakeholders around the world is critical for raising awareness of the value of I-O psychology. This registry provides a centralized source for information about SIOP professionals who have experience with and interest in contributing to advocacy efforts. Importantly, it is also used to support the SIOP Bridge Builders initiative for members who are willing to speak to K-12 and university student groups about the field of I-O psychology.

To learn more about the registries, visit SIOP Member Registries.

To opt into one or more registry, please log in to your SIOP membership account. The more detail you provide on your membership profile, the more confident a potential client or person interested in your work will feel in the expertise that you can offer. Please make sure to fill out the information on the following fields, which can be found under the Account Actions menu on your profile:

  • Manage Privacy and Opt In/Out
    In this section is where you will make the selection of whether to have your details included in one or more of the registries.
  • Demographic Information
    Complete your profile by providing details about your work. Fields like employment settings and interests will appear on the registry. Fields like gender, ethnicity, and birth date will not appear in the registry. Be sure to click Save when you make changes.
  • Upload Resume and Biography
    Use this feature to upload a resume, CV, or biography if you would like to have it be accessible by the public in the registry. 
  • Edit Name and Employment Info, Addresses, Emails, and Phone Numbers
    Make sure your contact information is up to date. 

Once you opt in and make your profile updates, be sure to revisit the registry web site and search for your name to ensure that the way your personal details appear to the public are as you wish.

If you have questions or concerns about SIOP Registries, please contact us at 419-353-0032 or siop@siop.org.

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