Dr Maranda Ridgway is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management, she teaches and has module leadership responsibility for Human Resource Management courses on several platforms, including post-graduate, professional development, and doctoral supervision.
Maranda is committed to impacting policy and practice; her research is informed by recent years as a senior HR professional with international experience in various blue-chip multi-national organisations. Maranda completed a DBA at Newcastle Business School, her thesis “Factors that influence self-initiated expatriates, in the construction industry, when considering employment opportunities in Qatar” explored the importance of different factors on the decision to pursue overseas employment, in the context of Qatar as a proposed destination.
Maranda is committed to impacting policy and practice; her research is informed by recent years as a senior HR professional with international experience in various blue-chip multi-national organisations. Her principal research interests lie in and overlap the fields of human resources, global mobility and intersectionality.
- International human resource management
- Global mobility
- Gender and intersectionality
- Employee engagement
Maranda is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and formerly a member of the CIPD Research Ethics Steering Panel. She is a Visiting International Professor at EM Strasbourg Business School, a British ambassador for the Academy of Management, a member of the British Academy of Management Peer Review College and a member of the editorial review board for Gender in Management. She is also a Licensed Career Counsellor and Coach.
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Maranda can comment on international human resource management.