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Iuliia Batluk

Office Hours:

11am - 1pm Thursdays, B02a

B Floor, Charles Carter Building

Research overview

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.

Career Details

  • 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

Current Teaching

Seminar Tutor and Teaching Assistant:

  • OWT100: Management and Organisational Behaviour
  • OWT101: Managing Organisations, Human Resources and Technology
  • OWT223: Human Resource Management

Guest Lecturer:

  • 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"

 

Thesis Title

Understanding Work Engagement from an Employee Perspective: A Qualitative Exploration

Current Research

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.

Supervised By

Dr Kay Greasley and Dr Pete Thomas, Department of Organisation, Work and Technology

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