Dr. Tina Saksida is an Associate Professor of Management at the University of Prince Edward Island in Canada. She obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science (Psychology) and Ph.D. (Industrial Relations and Human Resources) from the University of Toronto. Her work has appeared in such outlets as Applied Psychology: An International Review, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, and International Journal of Human Resource Management. She teaches primarily in the areas of organizational behaviour, research methods, evidence-based management, and negotiation. Dr. Saksida maintains close personal and professional ties in her native country of Slovenia, where she has experience working as a project manager, research collaborator, and consultant.
Research projects: Dr. Saksida’s research interests intersect the areas of organizational behaviour, human resource management, negotiation, and labour relations. Her recent projects explore such topics as diversity and equity at work, gender representation in business education, digitalization of work (with a focus on the gig economy), and non-profit management (including unions). Interested candidates should have a strong background in research methods (or exhibit a willingness to learn), basic proficiency in statistical software (e.g. SPSS, Stata, Mplus), a record of academic achievement in the areas of management, organizational psychology, or related fields, and advanced proficiency in English.