Dr Deepika Jindal
PhD; MBA; Master of Higher Education (2020-2022: currently pursuing)
My career objective is to contribute to the field of human resource management through teaching, research, and practice. My PhD research focused on the impact of implementation of HRM practices by supervisors on work engagement, job crafting, and job performance of employees. Prior to my doctoral studies, I worked for a large Indian manufacturing conglomerate (Trident Ltd.) for around 10 years in the strategy and HRM area. I have been teaching at the University of Auckland Business School since February 2014, on various courses related to business, general management and HRM. On a personal front, I have a “can do” attitude towards life. I love to volunteer and am fully engaged in work that I find meaningful and challenging. I consider work environment as an important determinant of my own engagement and am always on the lookout for projects that are aligned with my needs and abilities.
Research | Current
Work engagement, job crafting, and HRM
Teaching | Current
Professional Teaching Fellow
BUSHRM 711 (HRM Consulting Projects): Q1 2021
BUSMGT 717 (Strategic Management): Q4 2020, Q2 2020, Q4 2019, Q2 2019
BUSMGT 761 (International HRM): Q3 2020, Q3 2019
BUSMGT 762 (HR Policy & Practice): Q2 2020, Q2 2021
MGMT 314 (Critical issues in organisations): Semester 1 2020, Semester 2 2019
BUS 101/102 (Business & Enterprise): Semester 1 & 2 2020
Graduate Teaching Assistant
BUS 101/102 (Business & Enterprise) :Semester 2 2018, Semester 1 2016, Semester 1 & 2 2015, Semester 1 & 2 2014
BUSMGT 717 (Strategic Management): Q4 2018
MGMT 304 (Managing people): Semester 1 2018, Semester 1 & 2 2017, Semester 2 2016
MGMT 223 (Understanding work & people): Semester 1 2018, Semester 2 2017
BUSMGT 701,702,703 & 704 (Professional Development): Q2 & Q3 2016
BUSHRM 711: Q1 2021 Academic Supervisor of 8 Master of HRM students working on their consulting projects in the industry.
Areas of expertise
Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour
1. Committee member of Human Resource Institute of New Zealand (HRNZ) - Auckland Branch since April 2016.
2. Vice-president at the Auckland Branch of HRNZ (March 2020-March 2021).
3. President at Academic Branch of HRNZ (October 2020 - ongoing)
4. Committee member of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) NZ (January 2021 - ongoing)
5. Member of pro-bono business advisory group at The University of Auckland Business School (April 2020-Current)
6. Member: SUPERdiverse women (Nov 2019-Current)
7. Member: New Zealand Asian Leaders (Nov 2019-Current)
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Jindal, D. (2017). Work engagement, job crafting, and performance: An analysis in an Indian conglomerate The University of Auckland. ResearchSpace@Auckland.
- Jindal, D., Boxall, P., Cheung, G., & Hutchison, A. M. (2017). Work engagement and job crafting: the moderating role of work autonomy. Paper presented at European Association of Work & Organisational Psychology, Dublin, Ireland. 17 May - 20 May 2017. Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Peter Boxall
- Jindal, D., Boxall, P., Cheung, G. W., & Hutchison, A. (2017). Work engagement, job crafting, and performance. Paper presented at 2017 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 4 August - 8 August 2017. Academy of Management Proceedings. 10.5465/AMBPP.2017.10159abstract
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Peter Boxall, Wai Hung Gordon Cheung
- Jindal, D. (2016). Core self-evaluations: A case for two factors. Paper presented at ANZAM, Brisbane, Australia. 6 December - 6 December 2016.
- Jindal, D. (2015). Work engagement: A study of antecedents, mediators and outcomes. Paper presented at ANZAM, Queenstown, New Zealand. 1 December - 1 December 2015.