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Albert (Bart) Bartlett
Albert (Bart) Bartlett
Emeritus Professor

Summary Statement

Dr. Bartlett leads the Penn State Hospitality in Senior Living Initiative, focused on helping Hospitality Management students to discover senior living as a potential career path. He teaches the Hospitality in Senior Living class and conducts research in the field as well.

Department
  • Emeritus
  • Emeritus
  • Undergraduate Professor-in-Charge
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Education
  • B.S., The Pennsylvania State University, Food Service and Housing Administration
  • M.B.A., The Pennsylvania State University, Human Resource Management
  • Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, Educational Administration
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Phone
Fax
814-863-4257
Specializations

Organizational behavior and human resource management

Grants and Research Projects

Job satisfaction
Job design
Multiculturalism

Publications
  • Yang, C-Y., Mattila, A.S. & Bartlett, A. (2009). An examination of explanation typology on perceived informational fairness in the context of air travel.  Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 26 (8), 795-805.

  • Tepeci, M., & Bartlett, A. (2002) The hospitality culture profile: Individual values, organizational culture, and person organization fit as predictors of employee job satisfaction and behavioral intentions. International Journal of Hospitality Management.

  • Mohammed, S., Mathieu, J, & Bartlett, A. (2002) Technical-administrative task performance, leadership task performance, and contextual performance: Considering the influence of team- and task-related composition variables. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

  • Bartlett, A., & Chen, P. (2001) Theory and practice in managerial selection:  Do we practice what we preach? A report on student characteristics desired and selection tools used in hospitality college recruiting. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education, 13 (3/4).

  • Mount, D., & Bartlett, A. (2001) The development of a job satisfaction factor model in the lodging industry.  Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality and Tourism, 1 (1).

  • Bartlett, A., Beagle, C., & Mann, S. (2000).  Job design and job satisfaction in quick-service restaurants. Praxis, 2 (2), 64-78.

  • Mount, D., & Bartlett, A. (1999). The managerial role assessment survey (MRAS): Design and test of an instrument measuring Mintzberg’s roles among hotel managers.  Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research, 23 (2), 160-175.

  • Bartlett, A. (1999). Job characteristics in school food service: How job design affects job satisfaction. The Journal of Child Nutrition and Management, 23 (2), 74-79.

  • Bartlett, A., Probber, J., & Scerbo, F. (1999). Student employees in university food service: Job design, job characteristics, and job satisfaction. The Journal of The National Association of College & University Food Services, 21, 14-29.

  • Bartlett, A., Probber, J., & Mohammed, S., (1999). The effect of team-building on team process and performance. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research, 23 (3), 299-311.