Seonyoung Hwang started her full-time PhD at Warwick Business School in 2014, and is currently in the third year of the programme. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degree in Business Administration at Yonsei University, South Korea. She then completed a second MSc in International Employment Relations and Human Resource Management at London School of Economics and Political Science.
Work-family conflict; Diversity & inclusion; Gender issues at work; Social identity
A summary of PhD project
Title : Asymmetric relationship between work-family conflict and guilt from the perspectives of intersectionality (working title)
This study aims to explore the relationship between an individual’s work-family conflict and feelings of guilt towards work and family.
Hwang, S., & Roh, H. (2013). Asymmetric responses of majority versus minority members to increasing racial diversity in the US educational context. Korea Business Review, 42(6), 1779-1804.
Hwang, S. (2016, June). The impacts of long working hours on organisations from the perspectives of diversity. Paper presented at Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) 2016 Conference, Washington D.C.
Hwang, S., & Beauregard, T. A. (2015, August). "We are stronger than you know": Work-life enrichment of Asian minority women in the UK. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC.
Hwang, S. (2014, September). The effects of work and family conflicts on Asian minorities in comparison with whites. Developmental paper presented at the 2014 British Academy of Management conference, Belfast, UK.
Hwang, S., & Roh, H. (2013, August). Asymmetric responses of majority vs. minority members to increasing racial diversity. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Lake Buena Vista, FL.
IB1380 Management, Organisation and Society (Jan-Mar, 2017)