Seema Qurashi, PhD

Assistant Professor of HRM
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Areas of Expertise
  • HRM & Organizational
  • Behavior & Marketing & General Management

Education

  • Ph.D. in Human Resource Management ,Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi ,India
  • Master of Business Administration, Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi .India
  • Bachelor of Business Administration.  University of Kashmir ,Jammu and Kashmir, India

Experience

  • Assistant Professor in College of Business Administration at Al Yamamah university Riyadh from 2014 September till date
  • Assistant Professor HRM in College of Business Administration at DAR AL Uloom University Riyadh from 2012 January to 2014 April
  • Worked as Assistant Professor  at  Central University of  Kashmir from 2010 August -2011December
  • Worked as Lecturer in  Jagannath International Management Sciences ,New Delhi ,India.(2007- 2010)
  • Worked as  HR Executive in  Metzeler Automotive Profile Systems – India  (2006-2007)

Publications  and consulting projects

  • Research paper titled “The relationship between Work Motivation, Burnout and Intention to Leave the Organization for Top level Managers “(A Case study of Indian Garment Industry) published in International Journal of Human Resource Studies .ISSN 2162-3058 2013, Vol.3, No.4.
  • Research paper titled “The Relationship between Work Motivation, Burnout and Intention to Leave for the Middle Level Managers of  Garment Industry” (A Case Study of Indian Garment Industry) published in  International Journal of Business and Management Horizons  ISSN 2326-0297    2013, Vol. 1, No. 2
  • Article on Stress Published on Scribd (2012) — The world’s largest digital library.
  • Research paper titled An Empirical Study of the Relationship between Work Motivation, Burnout and Intention to Leave for the Lower Level Managers of Indian Garment Industry published in International Journal of Research in Management & Technology , ISSN: 2249-9563 Vol. 4, No.3, June 2014
  • Research paper titled “A study on the sources of stress in higher academic professionals in Delhi and NCR and innovative practices for dealing with stressors.”, presented in ICOM 2011.