Oluwatomi Adedeji is a Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour in the Department of Leadership, Management and Human Resources. Dr. Oluwatomi has 11 years of experience in teaching and research. She is an Associate Member of Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), UK. Oluwatomi hold an M.A. in Human resouces management from Coventry University, UK and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business and Management from the University of Huddersfield.
Before joining Teesside University, Oluwatomi was a lecturer and also worked as an HR Consultant in Nigeria. She was also the Track Chair for Organisational Pyschology group of the British Academy of Management (BAM).
Oluwatomi's research interest cuts across the fields of Human Resource Management; particular interests are Organisational Behaviour, Employee Commitment, Diversity and Conflict Management, Age discrimination among others. In her doctorial research, Oluwatomi researched on how age inclusive HR practices are related to perceptions of age discrimination and in turn how perceived age discrimination is associated with employee commitment and turnover intention as well as how diversity management interacts with this association. Oluwatomi is actively engaged in research projects and activities both nationally and internationally.
Oluwatomi supervises MSc, MBA and DBA students.
PhD, University of Huddersfield
Oct 2015 → Nov 2019
Master, Coventry University
Sep 2008 → Sep 2009
Bachelor, Babcock University
Sep 2002 → Jun 2006