Jone Papinchock, Ph.D.

Principal Consultant

Jone Papinchock, Ph.D., is a Principal Consultant in the Personnel Selection and Litigation Support Division. Jone has held industrial/organizational psychologist positions in city, state, and federal agencies.  While working for the federal government, Jone co-led the job analysis and development of the Office of Personnel Management’s first online selection batteries for the 12 highest volume occupations across agencies.  In addition, she has worked as an internal and external expert for private sector organizations.  She specializes in litigation support in class action lawsuits of alleged age, race, disability, and gender discrimination in hiring, promotions, discipline, and downsizing.  Jone has also served as an expert witness in sexual harassment cases.

Her primary areas of expertise are job analysis, employee selection and validation and application of human resource policies and practices.  Jone has also spent several years designing sound research approaches for evaluation of large-scale training programs.

Jone received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of South Florida.  She earned her B.S. in psychology from the College of Charleston.  

Jone has written or co-written book chapters on the Americans with Disabilities Act, the role of Daubert in human factors litigation, and development of selection systems.

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