Syed Mohyuddin

Syed Mohyuddin
Australian Institute of Business · Discipline of Management & Human Resources

PhD (Management)

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Introduction
Dr Syed Mohyuddin works at the Discipline of Management & Human Resources at the Australian Institute of Business in Adelaide. Dr Mohyuddin is a Lecturer in HRM and Cross Cultural Management.

Publications

Publications (10)
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Purpose The COVID-19 pandemic and technological advancements have enabled employees to telework. Referring to this emerging phenomenon, the authors aim to examine how employees' levels of trust in management mediated by psychological well-being impact their performance as they telework. Deploying the theoretical lens of person-environment misfit, t...
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Drawing from the positive organizational change theory, this paper aims to explore how Indian flexpatriates responded to the change brought by the pandemic of COVID-19 and what is the new normal according to them. Thematic analysis of nineteen in-depth interviews with flexpatriates from the IT industry revealed four explicit phases of change proces...
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This qualitative research aims to identify unique job demands, job resources, and personal resources in the context of Indian women flexpatriates (IWFs) and how they manage to perform in their short-term international assignments (SIAs). The results of the study revealed dual-role workload, emotional demands and diluted importance of the assignmen...
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Purpose This article aims to examine the challenges faced by highly skilled expatriates (i.e. professionals and managers) from the Indian subcontinent (i.e. India and neighboring countries) as they attempt to advance their careers in Australia. Extant literature has revealed significant gaps between policies for skilled migration proposed by govern...
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Developed nations with labor shortages encourage migration from particular categories so that their economic progress is not hampered due to lack of skilled professionals. This research explored the importance of career habitus as an important factor in establishing the career boundaries of the South Asian self-initiated expatriates (SIE) professio...

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