Sarina Maneotis, Ph. D.
Office: BH 471
Dr. Sarina Maneotis’s research has focused on understanding prosocial motivation and behaviors as well as their consequences for employee performance and wellbeing. Specifically, she has examined how prosocial motives influence performance outcomes and how prosocial behaviors from customers influence employee wellbeing. She is also interested in examining the interface between work and non-work, especially as the meaning of work evolves and the boundaries between work and non-work become increasingly blurry. In addition, her applied work within organizations has focused on assessment development (safety climate, leadership, selection, performance appraisal, and employee surveys) and increasing data accessibility in organizations, particularly human resource and safety data.