Dr. Reynolds has expertise in Employee Motivation and Engagement, Performance Management, Work-Life Balance, and Employee Retention. Before joining MU, he worked in the private industry for over 17 years, holding various HR management positions.
His teaching philosophy presumes that every learner is unique and requires a stimulating educational environment to enable them to flourish spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and socially. His main goal is to create an educational atmosphere where learners can reach their full potential. Therefore, providing academic, emotional, spiritual, and career growth for young adults is important and a tremendous responsibility. At Multnomah University, he is fortunate to have the chance to perform this activity daily.
Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Multnomah University, 2022 – present
Portland Public School, Substitute Educator, 2022 – present
Business Instructor, Tillamook Bay Community College, 2000-2002
Dissertation: Examining the relationship between employee race and and reason for warehouse resignation.
General Areas: Employee Turnover and Retention; Employee Motivation and Work-Life Balance
Current Topics: Remote Work and Virtual Retention; Employee Perceptions of Fairness; and Social Exchange Theory
Courses Taught (Multnomah University)
BUS 212 – Principles of Management
BUS 313 – Business Information Systems
BUS 314 – Leadership
BUS 317 – Project Management
BUS 321- Business Ethics
BUS 382 – Human Resources Management
BUS 452 – Business in Global Economy
BUS 477 – Operations Management and Sustainability