Assistant Professor, Organizational Behaviour, University of The Fraser Valley
Dr. Turchick-Hakak's main research interests lie in the two distinct but often complementary fields of Immigrants in the Workplace and Work-Related Identity. She has published her work in journals such as: Journal of Management Studies, Human Resource Management Review, Journal of Global Mobility and the International Journal of Human Resource Management. She has also worked as a manager of Human Resources at several major multinational organizations, in the financial services and technology industries.
She currently teaches Organizational Behaviour and Cross-Cultural Management at the University of the Fraser Valley, in the beautiful Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Canada
Aug 03, 2022 03:16 am UTC| Technology
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