Dr. Samuel RabinowitzSamuel Rabinowitz, Ph.D.
Office: Room 216
Phone: (856) 225-6709
Email: rabinowi@camden.rutgers.edu
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Ph.D., Michigan State University

Dr. Rabinowitz is an editorial board member of the journal Career Development International. A recipient of the first Provost’s Teaching Excellence Award, he has published numerous articles examining job attitudes and career dynamics in organizational settings. Current research interests revolve around examining disability-related issues in the workplace.

Research Interests: Organizational behavior; Career issues in the workplace; Impact on the workplace and job attitudes related to disabilities and differing abilities(e.g., attention deficit disorder, hearing impairments); The relationship of job involvement to various personal and situational variables; Knowledge management and loss

Courses Taught: Career Planning & Career Management, Organizational Behavior; Managing People & Organizational Processes; Leadership & Managing Human Capital

Recent Publications:

  • Seeing is Believing—But is it Accurate: Eyewitness Lessons from Twelve Angry Men. Management Teaching Review, first published online December 10, 2018, https://doi.org/10.1177/2379298118817773 (with Melissa Fender)
  • Disability Awareness, Training, and Empowerment: A New Paradigm for Raising Disability Awareness on a University Campus for Faculty, Staff, and Students. Social Inclusion, 2018, 6(4), 116-124, http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/si.v6i4.1636 (with Dana Roth, Timothy Pure and Carol Kaufman-Scarborough) 
Media Guide
Dr. Samuel Rabinowitz, professor of management and Area Head for Marketing, HR and Organizational Behavior, Rutgers School of Business—Camden. He can discuss:

Career Issues:

  • Career changes (early, mid- and late-career)
  • Career dynamics for disabled employees
  • Career plateaus (symptoms and solutions)
  • Employee attitudes and reactions

Human Resources:

  • Industrial psychology
  • Career dynamics for disabled employees
  • Organizational behavior
  • Accommodating disabled employees under the ADA
  • Work attitudes

Disability Issues:

  • Accommodating disabled employees under the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Work attitudes toward the disabled