Dr. Fenner's paper "Job factors and work outcomes of public sector expatriates" has been published by the Human Resource Management Journal. This paper is one of two that has been published as a result of his dissertation.
Town of Canton Supervisor David T. Button visited SUNY Canton’s business ethics class as part of Dr. Charles Fenner’s guest speaker series.
Supervisor Button spoke on the difficulties of sustaining entitlements in economically challenging times. Supervisor Button began the discussion by covering the history of entitlements throughout American history. He moved on to our responsibility to care for the elderly and moving entitlements when classes become over burdened. Supervisor Button ended the discussion with a challenge for students to get involved through the local election processes.
On 6 August 2007, Dr. Fenner presented the paper below on expatriate cross
cultural adjustment. It discusses influences on an expatriate's psychological
adjustment to his/her work environment. Specifically, the paper focuses
on the expatriate's job factors, self efficacy, previous international experience
and training affect on his/her psychological adjustment.
Are Public Sector Employees Different in Their Cross Cultural Adjustment?
Charles Fenner, Ph.D.