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Stan Malos, J.D., Ph.D.

Professor, School of Management
College of Business
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0070
(408) 924-1342
stan.malos@sjsu.edu
www.sjsu.edu/people/stan.malos

 

Education

Ph.D.—Purdue University             

M.B.A.—University of Washington

J.D.—UCLA School of Law

B.S.—University of Oregon

 

Selected Honors and Professional Activities

  • Editorial Board Member, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal (2015; 5-year term)
  • SJSU Media Consultant on Discrimination and Employment Law Issues (2015)
  • Editorial Board Member, International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (2009-2014)
  • Associate Editor, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal (2008-2009)
  • Editorial Board Member, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal (2005-2008)
  • Consulting Editor, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (2002-2004)
  • Visiting Professor, University of Auckland and University of Calgary (2002)
  • Finalist, U.S. Supreme Court Judicial Fellowship Program (2002)
  • SJSU Teacher Scholars Program (2001-2002)

 

Research interests

Legal issues in HRM, career mobility and opportunity structures in professional organizations, stereotype discrimination in employment, strategic aspects of human capital development.


Publications—Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Malos, S.B., Lester, G. V., & Virick, M. (2018). Uber Drivers and Employment Status in the Gig Economy: Should Corporate Social Responsibility Tip the Scales? Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 30(4): 239-251.
  • Malos, S. B. (2015). Overt Stereotype Biases and Discrimination in the Workplace: Why Haven’t We Fixed This by Now? Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 27: 271-280. 
  • Malos, S. B. (2012). Employment discrimination based on immigration status: Recent cases involving H-1B visas. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 24: 23-36.
  • Malos, S. B. (2010). Post-9/11 backlash in the workplace: Employer liability for discrimination against Arab- and Muslim-Americans based on religion or national origin. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 22: 297-310.
  • Gavino, M. C., Martinez, P. G., & Malos, S. B. (2010). Contingent employment relationships between tour guides and tour operators in Ecuador: Human resource management practices and attitudinal outcomes. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 22: 213-234.
  • Malos, S. B. (2010). Regulatory Effects and Strategic Global Staffing Profiles: Beyond Cost Concerns in Evaluating Offshore Location Attractiveness. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 22: 113-131. 
  • Malos, S. B. (2007). Appearance-based Sex  Discrimination and Stereotyping in the Workplace: Whose Conduct Should We  Regulate?" Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 19: 95-111. 
  • Malos, S., Haynes, P., & Bowal, P. (2003). A contingency approach to the employment relationship: Form, function, and effectiveness implications. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 15: 149-167.
  • Williams, M. L., Malos, S. B., & Palmer, D. P. (2002). Benefit system and benefit level satisfaction: An expanded model of antecedents and consequences. Journal of Management, 28: 195-215.
  • Malos, S. B. & Campion, M. A. (2000). Human resource strategy and career mobility in professional service firms: Test of an options-based model. Academy of Management Journal, 43; 749-760.
  • Malos, S. B. (2000). The new affirmative action: Socioeconomic preference criteria in academic admissions. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 36; 5-22.
  • Williamson, L. G., Campion, J. E., Malos, S. B., Campion, M. A., & Roehling, M. V. (1997). The employment interview on trial: Linking interview structure with litigation outcomes. Journal of Applied Psychology, 82; 900-912.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). A practitioner’s guide to affirmative action: Current status and recent developments. Northern California Executive Review, Spring/Summer, 1996, pp. 20-23.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). Individual mobility in the downsizing age: An options-based strategy for career survival. Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, 63-66.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). Promotions, up-or-out strictness, and career development in professional service firms: An investigation of linkages suggested by an options-based approach. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 76-80.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). The commentators speak: Emerging trends in the legal analysis of affirmative action. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 34; 33-39.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). Legal issues in affirmative action: Recent developments on executive, judicial, and legislative fronts. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 33; 57-62.
  • Malos, S. B. & Campion, M. A. (1995). An options-based model of career mobility in professional service firms. Academy of Management Review, 20; 611-644. 

 

Publications—Book Chapters, Invited Contributions and Institutional Research

  • Malos, S.B. (2015). Discrimination cases involving H-1B immigration status: An updated review and analysis. Bender’s Labor and Employment Law Bulletin, 15(9), pp. 295-301.
  • Malos, S. B. (2005). The importance of valid selection and performance appraisal: Do management practices figure in case law? In F. Landy (Ed.), Employment Discrimination Litigation: Behavioral, Quantitative, and Legal Perspectives, pp. 373-409. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Pratkanis, R. P., Turner, M. E., & Malos, S. B. (2002). Towards a resolution of an American tension: Some applications of the helping model of affirmative action to schooling. In J. Aronson & D. Cordova (Eds.), Improving Academic Achievement: Impact of Psychological Factors on Education, pp. 329-361. San Diego: Academic Press.
  • Hayton, J. C. & Malos, S. B. (2005). The Impact of Telecommuter Rail Cars on Modal Choice. Mineta Transportation Institute. San José, CA.
  • Malos, S. B. (1998). Current legal issues in performance appraisal. In J. W. Smither (Ed.), Performance Appraisal: State-Of-The-Art Methods For Performance Management, pp. 49-94. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Malos, S. B. (1998). Interview structure and litigation outcomes: What are the judges telling us? HR Bulletin, September; 11-12.

Conference Papers and Participation

  • Malos, S.B. (2015). Discrimination involving H-1B status: An updated review and analysis. Paper presented at the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Portland, Oregon.
  • Malos, S. B. (2014). Stereotype discrimination in employment: Implicit bias or overt stupidity? Paper presented at the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
  • Malos, S.B. (2009). Post-9/11 backlash in the workplace: Employer liability for discrimination against Arab- and Muslim-Americans based on Religion or National Origin. Paper presented at the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Portland, Oregon.
  • Gavino, M. C., Martinez, P. G., & Malos, S. B. (2009). A unique employment relationship between tour guides and tour operating companies in Ecuador. Paper presented at the 7th International Workshop on HR Conference, Murcia, Spain.
  • Malos, S. B. (2007). Offshore Staffing in the Asia-Pacific Region: Financial, Administrative, and Regulatory Impacts on Location Attractiveness. Paper submitted to the Academy for Global Business Advancement (AGBA) World Congress, Penang, Malaysia.
  • Malos, S. B. et al. (2007). Symposia (stereotype discrimination, retaliation) presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meetings, New York, NY. 
  • Malos, S. B. (2005). Gender stereotyping and workplace appearance. Paper presented at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • Malos, S. B. (2005). Ninth circuit panel wrong on its face: Gender-based appearance standards upheld over Title VII sex discrimination claim. Paper presented at the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Malos, S. B. (2004). Inshoring and offshoring as strategic human resource management: A real options approach to emerging global labor markets. Paper accepted at Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Malos, S. B. (2002). Career development strategy in a free agent labor market: Do organizational investments increase commitment to the firm? Paper presented at the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Meetings, Denver, CO.
  • Malos, S. B. (2002). Free Agency Career Demographics: Internet Recruiting and the Digital Divide. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meetings, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Malos, S. B. (2000). Internet Recruiting: An agenda for investigating effectiveness and legal implications. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meetings, New Orleans, LA.
  • Malos, S. B. (1999). Professional employee retention in hi-tech industries: Unfolding decision paths in a free agency labor market. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL.
  • Malos, S. B. (1997). Perceived fairness and effectiveness implications of race- and gender-neutral affirmative action plans. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Boston, MA.
  • Roehling, M., Campion, M. A., Malos, S. B., Campion, J. E., & Williamson, L. G. (1997). Employment interview characteristics and litigation outcomes: An empirical investigation.
  • Paper presented at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA.
  • Malos, S. B. (1997). A model of career-related stress in up-or-out promotional systems. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual         Meetings, St. Louis, MO.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). Individual mobility in the downsizing age: An options-based strategy for career survival. Paper presented at the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Meetings (Human Resources Management Division), Portland, ME.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). Promotions, up-or-out strictness, and career development in professional service firms: An investigation of linkages suggested by an options-based approach. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Malos, S. B. (1996). Strategic compensation systems in large law firms. Paper presented at Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA.
  • Williams, M. L., Palmer, D. K., & Malos, S. B. (1995). Determinants of benefit system satisfaction. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meetings, Orlando, FL.
  • Williams, M. L., Malos, S. B., & Palmer, D. K. (1995). Benefit level satisfaction: Test of an antecedent model. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meetings (Human Resources Division), Vancouver, B.C.
  • Malos, S. B. (1994). A model of career mobility in professional service firms. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Dallas, TX.
  • Malos, S. B. & Williams, M. L. (1994). Further evidence of the dimensionality of pay satisfaction. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meetings, Nashville, TN.

 

Teaching Experience 

  • Human Resource Management, International Executive MBA Programs, Singapore/New Zealand. Developed and presented comprehensive course modules and special topics seminars in motivational job design, emphasizing computer simulation of strategic HRM and costing skills.
  • Human Resource Management, Labor Relations, Staffing, Legal Aspects of Technology Management, Business Law and Ethics, Employment Law, San Jose State University. Developed, organized, and presented comprehensive courses at both graduate and undergraduate levels on contemporary management and legal issues in the employment relationship including recruitment, selection, socialization, training, career development, compensation and benefits, labor and employee relations, HR planning, costing HRM processes, managing diversity, international HR, and strategic human capital deployment as well as legal aspects of managing technology and new product development.
  • Society for Human Resource Management courses in Employee Relations, PHR/SPHR certification, Strategic Management of Human Resources; authored and presented Seminars on Legal Aspects of Employment at SJSU’s Professional Development Center.
  • Organizational Behavior, Purdue University, Krannert Graduate School of Management. Presented topics including motivation, attitudes, leadership, conflict resolution, group and team processes, interviewing, organization theory, and creative problem solving.
  • Business Law, University of Washington School of Business. Developed, organized, and presented comprehensive survey course on topics including contracts, employment law, administrative and regulatory law, constitutional law, civil rights, and trial practice.