Faculty Profile

RINKI DAHIYA

Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management

Assistant Professor

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 Email: rinki[dot]dahiya[at]iimsirmaur[dot]ac[dot]in

Dr. Rinki Dahiya has a Ph.D. from Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, M.Com from MDU, Rohtak, PGDBA from SCDL, Pune, and B.Com from University of Delhi.  Her doctoral work examined the role of workplace forgiveness and organizational trust in happiness of employees. Her board areas of research interest include positive organizational behaviour and its correlates. She has published various research papers and book chapter with reputed publishers like Springer, Sage and Emerald, and presented research papers in national and international conferences both in India and abroad. She is reviewer of various international journals such as Evidence based HRM, Current Psychology, International Journal of Organizational Analysis, and Journal of Happiness Studies. Her areas of teaching interests are organizational behaviour, human resource management, talent management, self and interpersonal dynamics, critical thinking and communication for managers and performance management.  She is also a permanent member of Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD), New Delhi. Prior to Ph. D, she worked in industry for around 4 years.

 

  • Assistant Professor- OB & HRM, IIM Sirmaur [since January’ 2020- Till now]
  • Workplace forgiveness, organizational trust, employee happiness and constructs related to positive organisational behaviour 

 

Research Papers published in peer-reviewed Journals
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2020). Validation of satisfaction with life scale in the Indian manufacturing sector.  Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, 12(3/4), 251–268.
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2020). Relationship between forgiveness at work and life satisfaction: Indian manufacturing organisations. International Journal of Business Excellence, 21(3), 359-377. 
  • Dahiya, R. (2020). Does organisational sustainability policies affect environmental attitude of employees? The missing link of green work climate perceptions. Business Strategy & Development, 3(3), 395–403.   
  • Dahiya, R. (2020). Does virtue in the organisation affect happiness of employees? International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 21(4), 459–477.
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2020). Harnessing demographical differences in life satisfaction: Indian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Business Excellence, 22(2), 247–261. 
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2019). Linking forgiveness at work and negative affect. South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management, 6(2), 222–241. 
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2019). Relationship between forgiveness at work and positive affect: the role of age as a moderator. International Journal of Environment, Workplace and Employment, 5(3), 247–268. 
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2019). Validation of the positive and negative affect schedule (PANAS) among employees in Indian manufacturing and service sector organizations. Industrial and Commercial Training, 51(3), 184–194. 
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2018). Forgiveness in Indian organizations: a revisit of the heartland forgiveness scale. Current Psychology, 39(6), 2174–2191. 

 

Research Papers (full) published in Conference Proceedings
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2017). Examining the Relationship of Forgiveness of Self, others and Negative Affect: An Indian context. In S. K., Ojha, J. S. Lee, & M. Maharja, (Ed.), Proceedings of Smart Life and Dynamic Changes: 18th International Conference on IT Applications and Management (pp. 197–209). Shanghai, China: Korea Database Society. 
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2017). Developing Positive Affect in Employees through Forgiveness of Self and Forgiveness of Others: Results from Indian Power Sector. In X. Zhao, (Ed.), Proceedings of Innovative Decision Making: Research to Practice: 48thAnnual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (pp. 673–688). Washington, USA: Decision Sciences Institute. (ISBN: 978-0-578-17748-9, ISSN: 2471-884X).
  • Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2017). Linking Forgiveness and Satisfaction with Life in Employees: An Empirical Study. In Proceedings of GLOGIFT 17 (pp. 232–249). Delhi School of Management, Delhi Technological University, Delhi. (ISBN: 978-93-83893-06-5).

 

Chapter published in book

Dahiya, R., & Rangnekar, S. (2018). Employee Happiness a Valuable Tool to Drive Organizations, in Yadav, M., Tridevi, S. K., Kumar, A, and Rangnekar, S. (Eds.), Harnessing Human Capital Analytics for Competitive Advantage (pp. 24–54). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. 

  • Life Satisfaction in Indian Organizations: Does Demographical Differences Matter? Paper presented at the First PAN IIT International Management Conference 2018  held at Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India (30th Nov– 2nd December, 2018).
  • Linking Forgiveness and Satisfaction with Life in Employees: An Empirical Study. Paper presented at the 17th Global Conference on Transforming Organizations through Flexible Management Glogift Society held at Delhi School of Management, DTU, New Delhi, India (11th –13th December, 2017).
  • Role of Hierarchical level in Happiness: An Indian Context. Paper presented at the Business Excellence for Sustaining High Performance: 4th Regional Conference of Indian Society for Training and Development held at Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India (8th –9th December, 2017).
  • Developing Positive Affect in Employees through Forgiveness of Self and Forgiveness of Others: Results from Indian Power Sector. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute Theme: Innovative Decision Making: Research & Practices held at Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., USA (18th –20th November, 2017).
  • Examining the Relationship of Forgiveness of Self, others and Negative Affect: An Indian context. Paper presented at the Smart Life and Dynamic Changes: 18th International Conference on IT Applications and Management held at Fudan University, Shanghai, China (4th –8th August, 2017).
  • Impact of Socio-Demographic Variables on Happiness at Workplace. Paper presented at the International Conference on Global Trends in Business and Sustainability Research 2016 held at IIT Roorkee, Greater Noida Campus, Uttar Pradesh, India (2nd –4th December, 2016).
  • FDI: Issues and Implications. Paper presented at the National Seminar on Contemporary Issues and Challenges in Commerce, Management and Technologies held at DAV Centenary College, NIT, Faridabad, Haryana, India (7th –8th February, 2014).
  • Recipient of Junior Research Fellowship and Senior Research Fellowship by University Grants Commission (2016- 2019).