PhD Candidate, Human Resource Management, York University, Canada
Tina Sharifi is a PhD Candidate at the School of Human Resource Management at York University.
As a passionate, thoughtful and creative HR academic with significant industry experience, her work and research aims to embolden and empower equity-deserving individuals in the workplace. In particular, her academic research endeavors to spotlight the critical voices and contributions of BIPOC women in leadership and management. Other critical areas of research interest include, authenticity, companion animals and calling. Her research has been published and presented at various national and international conferences.
Pandemic pet boom has increased the demand for pet-friendly workplaces
Mar 04, 2023 11:54 am UTC| Life
About one in three Canadian households have adopted a pet since the start of the pandemic. Around one-third of these are first-time pet owners. These pandemic pets, along with their pre-pandemic counterparts, have brought...
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