Personal profile

Research interests

My research aims to examine the transfer process associated with flow of HR policy within multinationals towards the subsidiaries. The research looks at contextual dimensions of Multinationals and the impact these may have on internalisation of transferred HR practices within subsidiaries. The focus is towards analysing relational context of subsidiary including power dependence andattitudinal  relationship of transfer coalition with the parent and the way these may influence internalisation of HR practices in subsidiaries of a multinational. Also, the research aims to analyse whether differences in contextual arrangements including national cultural profiling and HR control within subsidiaries may influence the dynamics of relationship between relational context and internalisation.

Education/Academic qualification

Management Studies, MSc International Human Resource Management, Impact of Subsidiary Autonomy on transfer of HRM practices within MNCs, Royal Holloway, University of London

22 Sept 201421 Sept 2015

Award Date: 15 Dec 2015

Management Sciences, Master of Public Administration, Breaking the Glass Ceiling-Equal Employment Opportunities for Women in Banking Sector of Pakistan, Institute of Administrative Sciences- University of Punjab

4 Sept 200613 Jun 2008

Award Date: 20 Nov 2008