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PhD in administration - Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources

Students wanted

You may propose your own research projects. However, this specialization is actively seeking students interested in the following research topics :

INNOVATION IN INSTITUTIONS OF WORK IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Description
  • Explore how institutions of work (companies, unions, public- and private-sector agencies, the state, etc.) can ease the transition to the digital age when Uberisation, industry 4.0 and crowdsourcing are disrupting the world of work.
  • Identify experiences and best practices that can improve the quality of work and job conditions in this context.
Research environment Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work
Faculty supervisor Professor Christian Lévesque

MANAGEMENT PRACTICES RELATED TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

Description Explore how management practices related to occupational health and well-being, such as high-involvement management practices, stress management, work/life balance and work organization, influence mental health and professional burnout.

Research environment
Pôle Santé HEC Montréal
Faculty supervisor Professor Denis Chênevert

MANAGEMENT OF EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT AND PERFORMANCE

Description The Chair is looking for PhD students interested to contribute to the development of knowledge in the field of employee commitment, performance and retention. We are looking for students with strong skills in quantitative research and a background related to I/O psychology or organizational behavior.
Research environment Chair in Management of Employee Commitment and Performance
Faculty supervisor Professor Christian Vandenberghe

Conflict Management And Employee Engagement

Description Contribute to advancing knowledge in the fields of conflict management and employee engagement research, particularly regarding the factors that give rise to conflict, its impact on employee engagement and performance, as well as the skills and strategies necessary for managing these dynamics towards productive ends.
Research environment Chair in Mobilization of Individuals, Groups and Organizations
Faculty supervisor Professor Kevin Hill

Global remuneration and the retention at work of older employees

Description The retention at work of older employees under an organizational and an individual perpectives.
Research environment This research program is funded by The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SHRC) of the Government of Canada
Faculty supervisor Professor Sylvie St-Onge

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