Faculty Profile

VANEET KASHYAP

Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management

Assistant Professor

 Email: vaneet.kashyap@iimsirmaur.ac.in


Dr. Vaneet Kashyap received his Ph.D in the area of Organizational Behavior from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. During his Ph.D, he worked on investigating the impact of servant leadership and employer branding on employee retention in Indian organizations.  Prior to his doctoral research he was an Assistant Professor and has a total of 4.5 years of teaching experience at undergraduate and post graduate level. Prof. Kashyap is specialized in teaching courses on organizational leadership, Human Resources Management, Organizational Change and Development, Global HRM, Organizational Behavior. His current research areas include employer brand management, employee retention, organizational norms and work engagement.

Assistant Professor, Department of Human Resources, FLAME University, Pune (July, 2015 to June, 2016).

Assistant Professor, School of Business, Lovely Professional University, Punjab (August, 2009 to December, 2012)

Organizational leadership, employer brand management, work engagement, organizational norms.

  • Kashyap, V. and Verma, N. (2018, Forthcoming). Linking Dimensions of Employer Branding and Employees’ Turnover Intentions. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. 26 (2), (ABDC-B).
  • Kashyap, V. and Rangnekar, S. (2016). Mediating Role of Trust: Investigating the relationship among employer brand perception and turnover intentions. Global Business Review. 17(3S), 64S-75S. (Indexed in ABDC-C)
  • Kashyap, V. and Rangnekar, S. (2016). Servant Leadership, Employer Brand Perception, Trust in Leaders and Turnover Intentions: A Sequential Mediation Model. Review of Managerial Science. 10 (3), 437-461.  (Indexed in SSCI- Impact Factor-0.857)
  • Kashyap, V. and Rangnekar, S. (2014). A Structural Equation Model for Measuring the Impact of Employee Retention Practices on Employee’s Turnover Intentions: An Indian Perspective. South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management. 1(2), 221-247. (ABDC-C)
  • Kashyap, V. and Rangnekar, S. (2014). The Moderating Role of Servant leadership: Investigating the relationships among Employer Brand Perception and Perceived Employee Retention. Review of HRM, 3, 105-118.
  • Kashyap, V. and Rangnekar, S. (2015). Human Resource Management Practices as   Predictors of Employees’ Turnover Intentions: Investigating the mediating effects of Employees’ trust in their Supervisors. Flexibility for Manufacturing Excellence and Resource Management: 15th Global Conference of Global Institute of Flexible Systems Management, Pune 23-25 October, 2015. Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Symbiosis International University, Pune.
  • Kashyap, V. & Rangnekar, S. (2014). Servant Leadership Behavior and its effects on subordinates’ Trust in leaders and Turnover Intentions. Emerging Trends in Business: Mapping the way ahead: Proceedings of international conference, Jaipur 14-15 February, 2014 (pp. 184-196). Poornima Group of Colleges, Jaipur. ISBN-978-93-5062-614-6.
  • Kashyap, V. & Rangnekar, S. (2014). Moderating role of Servant Leadership: Investigating the interrelationships among employer brand perception and employee retention. Proceedings 4th National Conference on Human Resource Management, New Delhi 6th April 2014 (pp 105-118). Management Development Research Foundation, New Delhi. ISSN-2249-4650.
  • Kashyap, V. & Rangnekar, S. (2014). Mediating Role of Trust: Investigating the relationship among employer brand perception and turnover intentions. Paper Presented at International Conference on Research and excellence in Education Held at Indian Institute of Management, Indore 8-11 May, 2014.
  • Kashyap, V. & Rangnekar, S. (2013). Servant Leadership in Indian Organizations. In Khadka, C.B & Rangnekar, S. (Eds.), IT Applications & Management: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference, Nepal 11-15 July 2013 (pp. 122-131). Organization of Pokhara University Educational Institutions (OPEN), Hanyang University, Korea (KDBS).
  • Kashyap, V. & Rangnekar, S. (2013). Impact of Servant Leadership Style on employee’s intentions to stay in Indian Organizations. Rethinking Management Theory & Practice in the present Indian Economic Context: Proceedings of 3rd Biennial Conference of Indian Academy of Management, Ahmedabad 12-14 December 2013 (pp. 1-20). Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. ISBN-978-81-920800-2-4.
  • Recipient of MHRD Fellowship for research and teaching assistantship at IIT Roorkee.
  • Recipient of UGC-NET (National Eligibility Test for Assistant Professors) June, 2010
  • Won Best Paper award in Organization Behavior category in the National Conference on Human Resource Management conducted by Management Development Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2014.