Professional Teaching Fellow, University of Auckland
Deepika Jindal is a Professional Teaching Fellow at the University of Auckland. Her 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 her doctoral studies, she worked for a large Indian manufacturing conglomerate (Trident Ltd.) for around 10 years in the strategy and HRM area. She has been teaching at the University of Auckland Business School since February 2014, on various courses related to business, strategic management and HRM. She has also been involved with mentoring graduate teaching assistants and developing course materials. She is actively involved in various research projects at the university and has presented her research at international conferences over the past years.
Deepika also currently serves as project manager for the University of Auckland’s ‘New Zealand Asia Institute’ and manages their annual ‘student-led’ Asia Savvy conference. She has been volunteering for Human Resources New Zealand (HRNZ) since March 2016 and helps in running the branch events for the Auckland HR community. She is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, The International Business Honor Society, since May 2018. Deepika has a “can do” attitude towards life. She loves to volunteer and is fully engaged in work that she finds meaningful and challenging. She considers work environment as an important determinant of her own engagement and is always on the lookout for projects that are aligned with her needs and abilities.