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Dr Alexandra Beauregard

Assistant Professor of Employment Relations
and Organisational Behaviour

Faculty Group: Organisational Behaviour

Biography

Dr Alexandra Beauregard joined the Department in 2005. Prior to this, Dr Beauregard was Lecturer in Management (Organisational Behaviour and HRM) at the University of Surrey's School of Management. Before commencing postgraduate study, she worked in social policy for the Government of Canada's Department of Industry, Department of Citizenship and Immigration, and the Canadian Human Rights Commission. Dr Beauregard is a member of the CEMS Faculty Group in Gender and Diversity Management, and is also an associate member of the Diversity and Equality in Careers and Employment Research Centre based at Norwich Business School at the University of East Anglia. She is an editorial board member for Journal of Organizational Behavior, British Journal of Management, and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal.

Research interests

  • Work-life conflict and facilitation
  • Family-friendly working practices
  • Gender issues in the workplace
  • Diversity
  • Personality

Dr Beauregard's research interests are centred on the interface between paid work and home life. To date, her work has focused on the causes and consequences of conflict between these two domains, as well as the organisational and legislative contexts in which work-related and personal responsibilities interact. Works in progress include an examination of the effects of family adjustment on turnover among truck drivers working away from home for long periods of time, as well as an investigation into how employees may react with counterproductive work behaviours to the perceived fairness of information provided about organisational work-life balance practices, depending on their personality traits. Future projects include an exploration of the role of socialisation into a profession, and the impact of formal and informal mentors, on the formation of professionals' expectations for work-life balance and on their choices and preferences for work-nonwork boundary management.

Recent publications

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