Personal profile

Personal profile

Sarah Salahuddin is a Doctoral candidate in the Organisational Studies and Human Resource Management Group.  Her current field of interest is work-life and identity.

She has worked as a lecturer and taught courses in Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour and Business Communication at the undergraduate level. She has also worked in the corporate sector on organisational restructuring projects and development of HR training modules. 

Research interests

  • Sociological and cultural influences in human resource management and organisational systems
  • Role identity
  • Discourses on Work-Life
  • Debates on gender and digitisation. 

Educational background

MS Management Sciences - Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Insititute of Science and Technology (Pakistan)

MBA-IT - The University of Lahore (Pakistan)


MN2915 - Employability                                                                                10/2017

  • Assessed student presentations

MN3925 - Integrating Management Practice 2: Innovation and Leadership         04/2018 - 05/2018

  • Marker                 

M1115 - Interpreting Management (First Year Undergraduate)                          10/2018 - 12/2018

  • Taught workshops on Organization Theory
  • Assisted students with assignments and queries during office hours


August 2019
Associate Fellow Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)