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Dr Alexandra Budjanovcanin

Research interests

Research interests include: Careers in public and private sector organisations; gender and ethnicity at work; HRM and its effects on employees; emotions in the workplace.

Biographical details

Alexandra joined the HRM group in 2004 as a researcher after obtaining an MSc in HRM at King’s. Projects include work on “Sexual Harassment Litigation in Britain 1996-2006” and a project examining the future workforce for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Alexandra’s previous experience at Merrill Lynch and additional work on projects with organisations including RBS and E-TRADE International provides her with valuable industry experience. She has been a tutor on the MSc in HRM and Organisational Analysis in the Department of Management at King’s and has taught on both the Diversity and Motivation and Performance streams. 

Her research interest lies in the area of gender and ethnic diversity and the interaction of gender with ethnicity in the workplace and in careers. Alexandra is also interested in gender roles stereotyping and biculturalism and their effects on individuals in a work setting.

Expertise:

  • Sexual Harassment Litigation
  • Gender and ethnicity issues in pharmacy
  • Psychological contracts across employment situations

 

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