Joseph A. Scazzero
Department of Buisness
Eastern Michigan University
United States of America
Dr. Scazzero has taught at Eastern Michigan University since Fall 2001. Previously, he was a faculty member at the University of Toledo. Dr. Scazzero has published articles in journals such as Communications in Statistics, Information Management, Information Systems Management, Journal of Applied Business Research, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, and the International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management. He has presented at the annual meetings of the Decision Sciences Institute, American Statistical Association, and the Midwest Business Administration Association. Dr. Scazzero is a member of the Decision Sciences Institute and the American Statistical Association.
Business statistics, management information systems, management science, quality control
Longenecker C., Moore G., and Scazzero, J. (2011), "The Benefits of Formal Corporate Volunteer Programs: An Employee Perspective, " HR Advisor: Legal and Practical Guidance, September/October, 6-14.
Longenecker C., Beard S., and Scazzero, J. (2013), "What about the Workers? The Workforce Benefits of Corporate Volunteer Programs," Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. 27, No. 1, 9-12.
Zakrajsek, A., Hammel, J., and Scazzero, J. (2014), "Supporting People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to Participate in their Communities through Support Staff Pilot Intervention," Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, Vol. 27, 154-162.