Sazid Ahmad

Sazid Ahmad

MRes/PhD candidate in Employment Relations and Human Resources

Department of Management

Languages
English
Key Expertise
Intersectionality and gender, power and inequality, motivation

About me

Sazid Ahmad holds a BBA from The Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, and an MSc degree, with Distinction, in Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations from Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester. In 2019 he was a member of the winning team of the case study competition at the Annual MSc HRM and IHRM Conference.

Sazid has professional experience working in Asiatic Experiential Marketing Limited and Market Access Providers Limited, two renowned marketing agencies in Bangladesh. He is also experienced in HR and completed an internship at BRAC International, related to his area of specialisation. 

Sazid’s research interests include workplace power dynamics, mistreatment, bullying, and inequality. He is particularly interested in analysing inequality through an intersectional lens. His Master’s dissertation focused on UCU and the decision making influence of women in the union. Sazid is also interested in the study of motivation and organisation citizenship behaviour in organisations.

 

Expertise Details

Intersectionality and gender; power and inequality; motivation