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Human Resource Management Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna 9208, Bangladesh
Master of Business Administration (Human Resource Management), Department of Management Studies, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.
Bachelor of Business Administration (Management Studies), Department of Management Studies, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.
The Triple Bottom Line
Current Research Project/Collaboration
|SL||Title||Research Role||Awarded Date||Completion Date||Funding Agency|
|No Research Project Available|
Lecturer, Department of Business Administration, European University of Bangladesh
|SL||Title||Degree||Role||Start Date||End Date|
|1||A Study on the Effect of Job Satisfaction on Employee Engagement in Private Commercial Banks of Bangladesh||Bachelor||Supervisor||July 2021||February 2022|
|2||Impact of Work-related Stress on Employees’ Perception of the Quality of Their Performance: A Study on the Employees of Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh||Bachelor||Supervisor||July 2021||February 2022|
|3||Impact of Family Support and Family-Friendly HRM Practices in Balancing Work and Family Life: A Study on the Married Female Government Primary School Teachers in Bangladesh||Bachelor||Supervisor||July 2021||February 2022|
|4||An Investigation on the Effect of Gender and Age on Task Delegation by Supervisors in Multinational Organizations in Bangladesh||Bachelor||Supervisor||July 2021||February 2022|
|5||The Importance of Environmental Knowledge on Environmental Performance of the Public University Students of Bangladesh||Bachelor||Supervisor||January 2022||August 2022|
1. Karmoker, K., Zannat, T., & Roy, B. (2020). Can Green HRM Practices Influence Hotel Employees’ Green Behavior?
Evidence From Khulna City Hospitality Industry, Bangladesh. International Journal of Human Resource Studies,
10, 149-167. http://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v10i4.17641
2. Zannat, T. (2018). Job Satisfaction Study of the Members of Bangladesh Civil Service Agriculture, Fisheries and Livestock
Cadres. Lok Proshashon Samoyeekee (67), 41-69.