Kings College London
"Ali Budjanovcanin joined the HRM research group in 2011 after receiving her PhD from King’s College and now also works within the Organisation and Society research group. Prior to joining King’s Business School, Ali worked as a Senior Research Associate in the NIHR funded King’s Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, where she investigated ways to improve patient care, focusing on workforce issues in the NHS. Her research interests are in professional careers, emotions in the workplace and gender. Specifically, Ali studies how individuals adjust both positively (vocational callings) and negatively (occupational regret) to their careers. Ali is also interested in how gender plays out in careers. Most recently, she has been examining how HR practices affect the careers of female lawyers in private practice. Ali has worked with a broad range of institutions including: the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, the Church of England, Women in Law London and the NHS. She has been published in leading journals including International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Vocational Behavior and British Journal of Industrial Relations, as well as featuring in industry journals including the Pharmaceutical Journal and The Law Society Gazette. Ali is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy"
"Business Management Human Resource Management & Organisational Analysis Executive education "