Iuliia BatlukPhD student
My research interests lie in the fields of HRM and Organisational Behaviour. In particular, I am interested in exploring contemporary HRM concepts and practices focusing on the employee experiences and meanings they assign to these specific concepts. In my work I use a critical approach to analyse HRM strategies and practices as well as the changing nature of the employment relationship.
- Business Informatics, BA, Higher School of Economics, Russia
- Human Resource Management, MSc, Higher School of Economics, Russia
- Human Resource and Knowledge Management, MSc, Lancaster University, UK
Seminar Tutor and Teaching Assistant:
- OWT100: Management and Organisational Behaviour
- OWT101: Managing Organisations, Human Resources and Technology
- OWT223: Human Resource Management
- OWT101: Managing Organisations, Human Resources and Technology, lecture topic: "Ethics and HRM: Engagement and Overwork"
- MNGT190: Disciplinary Perspectives of Information Systems, lecture topic: "Information Systems and Human Resource Management"
Understanding Work Engagement from an Employee Perspective: A Qualitative Exploration
My main research interest and the focus of my doctoral study is the concept of employee engagement. In particular, I am interested in understanding the nature of this phenomenon, and the reasons for people to dedicate themselves to and engage with their work. In order to gain this deep understanding, I focus on exploring the ways in which engagement is perceived and experienced by employees in organisations.