About Helen De Cieri

Helen De Cieri is a Professor of Management at Monash Business School, Monash University, Australia. She has held previous appointments and visiting positions at universities in several countries. Helen’s current research activities combine her interests in international HRM and workplace health and safety. Helen’s recent research projects include studies of how employers and their HR teams can design innovative solutions to non-routine issues, to support employees’ wellbeing and respond to new demands. Current research projects include designing and evaluating interventions to address psychosocial hazards and to foster thriving at work. Helen’s publications include a textbook on HRM in Australia and articles in academic journals such as Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Human Resource Management, and Safety Science. Helen is an Associate Editor for Human Resource Management Review and serves on several editorial boards including Journal of International Business Studies. Helen has received recognition with several awards for her research. She currently serves as an elected member of the Academy of Management’s HR Division Executive Committee.

Over her career, Helen has taught HRM and international HRM courses to undergraduate and masters students as well as supervising more than 20 doctoral students. She is a regular speaker at international conferences and practitioner forums. In addition to her academic activities, Helen has contributed to gender equality initiatives in many organizations, for which she received the Monash University Vice-Chancellor’s award for social inclusion in 2010.