Areas of studies: The new business world, gender and employment relations, organizational consulting and development, organizational services, development of human resource strategies for organizations, management of the remuneration system in organizations, happiness and work motivation in a multi-generational business world
Lecturer in the Business Administration School. She holds a PhD in Organizational Studies from the Hebrew University. She is an organizational consultant and a researcher of the new business world. As part of this, she researches and lectures about the impacts of neoliberalism and globalization on the employment market, as well as the penetration of new technologies that change employment relations in organizations. In recent years, she has focused on research and teaching in the field of internal and external organizational services, with an emphasis on the development of employee recruitment and retention disciplines in light of the changes in the business world. As part of her work in the Business Administration School, among other things, she facilitates practicum groups in organizational consulting, and assists the students in the process of entry to organizations, examining their diagnostic tools, analyzing their findings, the manner of presentation to the organization, and dealing with common dilemmas in the organizational world. As an employment market researcher, she is currently in the process of data collection for a study engaging with the question of whether any “dirty works” still exist in the new business world. In addition, she is currently working on the publication of a book in English, engaging with employment inequality against pregnant women.