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Amanda Peticca Harris

Canada

Associate Professor to department People, Organizations and Society
Doctorate of Philosophy, Human Resource Management, York University

Areas of expertise

  • Working conditions
  • Gender equality
  • Careers & labor markets

My research focuses on the micro-career experiences of underprivileged and marginalized workers, specifically women and minorities. Using various qualitative methods, I explore themes of underemployment, wage insecurity, and wellbeing and connect these worker experiences to broader discussions about the discursive politics that shape the economic realities of their non-standard employment often within 'cool', contemporary sites of work. I have published in the Journal of Business Ethics, Human Relations, Organization, and Organizational Research Methods. I specialize in teaching qualitative research methodology, human resource management, and organizational studies at all levels. Currently, I also serve as an Associate Editor for Group & Organization Management as well as Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, and sit on the editorial boards of Organization and New Work, Technology and Employment. In my spare time, I am equally committed to perfecting my vegan banana bread recipe and binge watching legal dramas on Netflix.

 

 

    • International Human Resource Management - Master
    • Introduction to Human Resource Management - Master - Since 2015
    • Research Methodology - from 2016 to 2017