I completed my BSc (Hons) degree in Business Information Technology with a Distinction from Northumbria University where I was awarded the Accenture Award 2010/2011 and Dean Award 2009/2010. I also completed my MSc in Business with Marketing Management from the same institution in 2011/2012 with Distinction.
In 2013, I was awarded the Northumbria University Research Studentship scholarship for Doctoral study. I completed my PhD in 2018 titled - Exploring the impact of organisational Reward practices on Employee Retention: Comparative Analysis between the Public and Private Sectors of Bangladesh Nursing Industry.
I started my teaching career as a Teaching Assistant in Perdana College of Malaysia (Bangladesh Branch) in 2008. To pursue further education, I moved to the UK in 2009 and took part in several research and non-research related work experiences. I returned to my teaching career as an Associate Lecturer in 2014 at Northumbria University and am currently working as a Lecturer at Teesside University.
Summary of Research Interests
My main areas of research interest include Reward Management, Employee Retention, Employee Turnover and Qualitative research methods.
PhD, Exploring the impact of organisational Reward practices on Employee Retention: Comparative Analysis between the Public and Private Sectors of Bangladesh Nursing Industry., Northumbria University
20 Sep 2013 → 18 Jul 2018
Award Date: 18 Jul 2018