Ph.D., Rutgers University (1999)
Developing World Class Human Resources
Management Of Human Resources
I teach human resource management and management courses. My research focuses on issues related to balancing work and other life demands, with emphasis on flexible work arrangements. I am the faculty advisor for the Business School's Human Resources Society.
Human Resource Management
Flexible Work Arrangements
Work and Family Balance
Risk Exposures in Employment and HR Practices- with Dan Verreault. Proposal approved by the Research Committess of the IIA. Funded with $2000 to cover expenses.
Hyland, M.M. & Jackson, S. J. (2006). Measuring Work and Family Outcomes. In M. Pitt-Catsouphes, E. Kossek and S. Sweet (Eds.). Handbook of Work and Family: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives and Approaches.
Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Hyland, M.M. (2003). Flextime
. In Ellen Kossek & Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes (Eds.). Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia.
Hyland, M.M. (1999). Benefits: Current Challenges in Providing Cost-Effective Employee Supports. In Kossek & Block (Eds.). Managing Human Resources in the 21st Century: From Core Concepts to Strategic Choice.
(pp. 18.1-18.25). Southwestern.
Caligiuri, P. M., Hyland, M. M., & Joshi, A. (1998). Families on global assignments: Applying work/family theories abroad. In A. Rahim, R. Golembiewski, & C. Lundberg (Eds.). Current Topics in Management (Vol. 3, pp. 313-328).
Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
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Hyland, M. M. and Prottas, D. J. (2016), Looking at spillover from both sides: An examination of work and home flexibility and permeability. Community, Work, and Family.
Yang, M. & Hyland M. (2012), Similarity in Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions: Imitation, Uncertainty and Experience among Chinese Firms. Journal of International Management, 18,4, 352-365.
Yang, M. & Hyland, M. M. (2012), Re-examining Mimetic Isomorphism: Similarity in Mergers and Acquisitions in the Financial Service Industry. Management Decision.
Henning, G. Buckle, P. & Hyland, M. (2012), A Stakeholder Approach to Learning Assessment. International Journal of Management in Education.
Protass, D. J. & Hyland, M. M. (2011), Is High Involvement at Work and Home So Bad? Contrasting Scarcity and Expansionist Perspectives. The Psychologist-Manager Journal, 14, 29-51.
Diamante, T. & Hyland, M. (2008), Integrating Economic, Interpersonal, and Individual Health: The Impact of Culture Change on a Global Consumer Products Leader. International Journal of Decision Ethics, 1, 117-142.
Yang, M. & Hyland, M. M. (2006), Who Do Firms Imitate? A Multi-level Approach to Examining Sources of Imitation In the Choice of Mergers and Acquisitions. Journal of Management, 32, 3, 381.
Verreault, D. A. & Hyland, M. M. (2005), Evidence for Increasing the Focus on Strategic Risk in HRM Audits, . Managerial Auditing Journal, 20, 5, 524-543.
Hyland, M. M., Rowsome, C., & Rowsome, E. (2005), The Integrative Effects of Flexible Work Arrangements and Preferences for Segmenting or Integrating Work and Home Roles. ,. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 6, 2, 141-160.
Rau, B.L. & Hyland, M.M. (2004), Corporate Teamwork and Diversity Statements in College Recruitment Brochures: Effects on Attraction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 33, 2465-2492.
Hyland, M.M. & Verreault, D.A. (2003), Developing a Strategic Internal Audit-Human Resource Management Relationship: A Model and Survey. Managerial Auditing Journal, 18, 6, 465-477.
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Audrey Reichman, Laura DeRose, and MaryAnne Hyland, Adelphi University (2012). The Association Between Maternal Feelings Towards Employment and Maternal Mental Health and Well-Being. In Work and Family Researchers Network Inaugural Conference. New York, NY.
Hyland, M. and Prottas, D (2010). Testing Relationships of Work and Home Flexibility and Permeability with Cross-Border Spillovers. In Academy of Management 2010 Conference. Montreal, Canada.
Prottas, D. & Hyland, M (2009). Is High Involvement at Work and Home So Bad? Contrasting Scarcity and Expansionary Perspectives. In Academy of Management 2009 Conference. Chicago, IL.
Prottas, D. & Hyland, M (2008). Communicating Across Domains: Relations with Positive and Negative Spillover between Work and Home. In Academy of Management 2008 Conference. Philadelphia, PA.
Buckle, P. M. & Hyland M. M. (2007). Learning Assessment in Business Schools: A Stakeholder Analysis. In Academy of Management Conference. Philadelphia, PA.
Natale, S., Sora, S.A., Hyland, M.M. & Zaccaria, P. (2004). The Basis for Interconnectedness. In 4th International Business-University Workshop. Tokyo, Japan.
Verreault, D. & Hyland, M.M. (2004). Managing your Risk Exposure in Employment and Human Resource Practices. In Institute of Internal Auditors' Enterprise Risk and Control Self-Assessment Conference. Toronto, Canada.
Hyland, M.M. (2004). Presentation as part of panel discussion on International Internet Collaboration. In 2002 Academy of Management Meeting. Denver, CO.
Hyland, M.M., Caligiuri, P.M. & Joshi, A. (2004). A Theoretical Framework for Examining the Relationship Between Family Adjustment and Expatriate Performance. In 1997 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting. New Brunswick, NJ.
Caligiuri, P.M., Hyland, M.M. & Joshi, A. & Bross, A.S. (2004). Testing a Theoretical Model for Examining the Relationship Between Family Adjustment and Expatriates' Work Adjustment. In Academy of Management 1997 Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.
Honors and Accomplishments
Best Paper Award, Human Resources Division, Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management 2003 Conference
Academy of Management, Member
Society for Human Resource Management, Member