Carson College of Business Faculty Directory

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Jeremy Beus

Associate Professor
Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship


Phone: (509) 335-1657


  • PhD (Texas A&M University)
  • MS (Texas A&M University)
  • BS (Brigham Young University - Idaho)

Jeremy Beus

Jeremy Beus is an Associate Professor of Management. He joined the Department of Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship in the Carson College of Business in August 2020. He earned his Bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University - Idaho in Psychology and his Master's and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Texas A&M University. He held previous faculty positions at the University of Central Florida (psychology) and Louisiana State University (management) prior to coming to WSU. Jeremy's research centers on organizational climate/culture and workplace safety. He also tries to find any excuse to answer meaningful organizational research questions using sports data. Jeremy's research has been published in a variety of outlets, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. He currently serves as an associate editor at the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology and is on a number of journal editorial boards.

Research Interests

cultural values
employee wellbeing

Teaching Interests

human resource management
organizational behavior

Journal Articles

  • Jeremy Bernerth, Jeremy Beus, Catherine Helmuth, Terrance Boyd The more the merrier or too many cooks spoil the pot? A meta-analytic examination of team size and performance Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2023
  • James Beck, Abigail Scholer, Midori Nishioka, Jeremy Beus Moderation in all things, except when it comes to workplace safety: Accidents are most likely to occur under moderately hazardous work conditions Personnel Psychology, 2023
  • Jeremy Beus, Jacob Smith, Erik Taylor Integrating organizational climate theory: A domain-independent explanation for climate formation and function Journal of Applied Psychology, 2023
  • Yimin He, Stephanie Payne, Jeremy Beus, Gonzalo Munoz, Xiang Yao, Valentina Battista Organizational climate profiles: Identifying meaningful combinations of climate level and strength Journal of Applied Psychology, 2022
  • Jeremy Beus, Erik Taylor, Shelby Solomon Climate-context congruence: Examining context as a boundary condition for climate-performance relationships. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2021
  • Jeremy Beus, Shelby Solomon, Erik Taylor, Candace Esken Making sense of climate: A meta-analytic extension of the competing values framework Organizational Psychology Review, 2020
  • Jeremy Beus, Lorenzo Lucianetti, Winfred Arthur Clash of the climates: Examining the paradoxical effects of climates for promotion and prevention Personnel Psychology, 2020
  • Jeremy Beus, Stephanie Payne, Winfred Arthur, Gonzalo Muñoz The development and validation of a cross-industry safety climate measure: Resolving conceptual and operational issues Journal of Management, 2019
  • Mallory McCord, Dana Joseph, Lindsay Dhanani, Jeremy Beus A meta-analysis of sex and race differences in perceived workplace mistreatment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2018
  • Jeremy Beus, William Taylor Working safely at some times and unsafely at others: A typology and within-person process model of safety-related work behaviors. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 2018
  • Lindsay Dhanani, Jeremy Beus, Dana Joseph Workplace discrimination: A meta-analytic extension, critique, and future research agenda Personnel Psychology, 2018
  • Jeremy Beus, Daniel Whitman Almighty dollar or root of all evil? Testing the effects of money on workplace behavior Journal of Management, 2017
  • Jeremy Beus, Mallory McCord, Dov Zohar Workplace safety: A review and research synthesis Organizational Psychology Review, 2016
  • Jeremy Beus, Lindsay Dhanani, Mallory McCord A meta-analysis of personality and workplace safety: Addressing unanswered questions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2015
  • Jeremy Beus, Steven Jarrett, Aaron Taylor, Christopher Wiese Adjusting to new work teams: Testing work experience as a multidimensional resource for newcomers Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2014
  • Jeremy Beus, Stephanie Payne, Mindy Bergman, Winfred Arthur Safety climate and injuries: An examination of theoretical and empirical relationships. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2010

    Books/Book Chapters

    • Book Chapter Jeremy Beus A temporal perspective on workplace safety
    • Book Chapter Erik Taylor, Jacob Smith, Jeremy Beus Rectitude in rivalry: A conceptual review and synthesis of sportsmanship and citizenship
    • Book Chapter Jacob Smith, Erik Taylor, Jeremy Beus Steeped in history: Symbols, traditions, and stories in sports and organizations