PhD in Management, Organizational Behaviour/Human Resources Management
Laurier provides a unique opportunity to work closely with many leading scholars in the field. In my opinion, the OB/HRM area is an exceptional environment to receive graduate training. The faculty is immensely supportive, encourages collaboration, and ensures graduate students are getting the best possible experience and training.
My identity as a researcher is centered around the work-life interface. In other words, I am interested in a variety of questions that all revolve around the way people manage and experience the intersection of their work and nonwork lives. More specifically, this includes how one's work and personal life enrich each other, issues surrounding work-family conflict, how people create and manage boundaries between work and nonwork domains, and how other important individuals play a critical role in a focal employee’s decision-making and experiences across the work and family interface (e.g., supervisor support for family; spouse and couple dynamics). A related area of my research interests is inequality and inequity in the workplace, and in particular how this links back to gender and differential experiences of the work-life interface.
In some of my current projects, my aim is to tackle questions that will help us to build a more inclusive scholarship of work-life relationships that incorporates additional nuance into our understanding of people’s vast experiences. I am passionate about improving both work and nonwork life as well as the crossover between them, and through my work, I hope to make a meaningful impact on people’s lives.
A tenure track faculty position in management.
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