Award-winning journalist Phillip M. Perry publishes widely in the fields of business management, workplace psychology and employment law. A veteran of both sides of the editorial desk, the author has more than 3,000 bylines to his credit. His annual economic forecast article, a reader favorite for the past 20 years, is syndicated to more than two dozen national publications reaching an audience of over 500,000.
The author’s work draws on a pool of sources that includes more than 400 workplace psychologists, employment law attorneys and management consultants. He is the recipient of two AZBEE awards from The American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE), and three “Value to the Reader” awards from The American Bar Association.
Perry holds a D.A. in the Humanities from Harrison Middleton University, an M.A. in the Humanities from California State University, Dominguez Hills, and a B.A. in English from the University of Notre Dame. An elected member of the Delta Epsilon Tau Honor Society, the author maintains a second website dedicated to the fine arts at www.languageandphilosophy.com.