Dr Rami Alsharif

  • Lecturer (Adam Smith Business School)

Biography

Dr Rami Al-Sharif (PhD, MBA, B.Com, AFHEA) is a Lecturer in Human Resource Management at Adam Smith Business School, where he also earned his PhD unconditionally in Management. Prior to this, he completed an MBA with Distinction in International Human Resource Management from Coventry University. Before becoming an academic, Rami worked over four years in the Banking sector and delivered consultancy work for a not-for-profit organisation in London. He also has experience in international entrepreneurship.

Rami’s research focuses on:

  • organisational trust
  • perceived fairness
  • identity threat
  • stereotype threat
  • young people's work and crime
  • the role of Human Resource Management (HRM) polices and processes in providing a trustworthy, fair and safe-identity-work environment for stigmatised groups to work and produce, and for their talent to flourish.

Rami is very passionate about issues of refugee integration in the UK labour market particularly and society generally. His aim is to incorporate research and work with policymakers and practitioners to help those who have been forced to flee their homes fearing persecution, war and violence to find hope, safety and support in a new welcoming home.

Rami applies mixed-methods in his research. He has considerable experience in using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) and Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) in Partial Least Squares (PLS) software in quantitative research. He also has strong experience in using Nvivo software, and thematic and attribution coding for qualitative research.

Rami is a member of the First International Network on Trust (FINT), and the European Network of Selection Researchers (ENESER). He was also invited by the British Psychological Society as a guest speaker to share his work with academics and practitioners. He is an Associate Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, and teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Research interests

Rami is a member of the School's Human Resource Management (HRM) and Organisational Behaviour research cluster.

Areas of expertise: 

  • Employee trust in organisations
  • Trust and HRM
  • Fairness and HRM
  • Identity threat and HRM
  • Young people's work and crime
  • Refugee integration in the UK labour market
  • Critical realism in social science

Publications

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Number of items: 4.

2019

Al-Sharif, R. , Searle, R. and Nienaber, A.-M. (2019) The Impact of Stereotype Threat on Organisational Justice and Trust: Recruitment and Selection of Muslims in the UK Banking Sector. FINT 2019, St Gallen, Switzerland, 9-11 Jan 2019.

2018

Al-Sharif, R. , Searle, R. , Nienaber, A.-M. and Rice, C. (2018) The Impact of Stereotype Threat on Workplace Discrimination against Arabs and Muslims: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis. In: British Academy of Management Conference (BAM 2018), Bristol, UK, 4-6 Sept 2018, ISBN 9780995641310

Searle, R. H. and Al-Sharif, R. (2018) Recruitment and selection. In: Collings, D. G., Wood, G. T. and Szamosi, L. T. (eds.) Human Resources Management: a Critical Approach [2nd Edition]. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 215-237. ISBN 9781138237551

Al-Sharif, R. , Searle, R. , Nienaber, A.-M. and Rice, C. (2018) The Impact of Stereotype Threat on Anticipated Workplace Discrimination against Arabs and Muslims: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis. 5th ENESER Meeting: Recent Developments in Recruitment and Selection, Edinburgh, Scotland, 27-29 June 2018.

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Book Sections

Searle, R. H. and Al-Sharif, R. (2018) Recruitment and selection. In: Collings, D. G., Wood, G. T. and Szamosi, L. T. (eds.) Human Resources Management: a Critical Approach [2nd Edition]. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 215-237. ISBN 9781138237551

Conference or Workshop Item

Al-Sharif, R. , Searle, R. and Nienaber, A.-M. (2019) The Impact of Stereotype Threat on Organisational Justice and Trust: Recruitment and Selection of Muslims in the UK Banking Sector. FINT 2019, St Gallen, Switzerland, 9-11 Jan 2019.

Al-Sharif, R. , Searle, R. , Nienaber, A.-M. and Rice, C. (2018) The Impact of Stereotype Threat on Anticipated Workplace Discrimination against Arabs and Muslims: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis. 5th ENESER Meeting: Recent Developments in Recruitment and Selection, Edinburgh, Scotland, 27-29 June 2018.

Conference Proceedings

Al-Sharif, R. , Searle, R. , Nienaber, A.-M. and Rice, C. (2018) The Impact of Stereotype Threat on Workplace Discrimination against Arabs and Muslims: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis. In: British Academy of Management Conference (BAM 2018), Bristol, UK, 4-6 Sept 2018, ISBN 9780995641310

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Grants

December 2017 – April 2019: Full PhD scholarship, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow

May 2017 – November 2017: Full PhD scholarship, Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University

Supervision

Rami is interested in supervising PhD students in the following areas:

  • Employee trust in organisations
  • Trust and HRM
  • Fairness and HRM
  • Stereotype threat and HRM
  • Refugee integration in the UK labour market

Teaching

Module leader

  • Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management – MSc
  • Contemporary Issues in Work and Employment – MSc
  • Fundamentals of Human Resource Management – UG

Tutoring

  • Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management – MSc
  • Operations Management – MSc
  • People in Organisations – MSc
  • Professional Practice 5 – UG

Professional activities & recognition

Prizes, awards & distinctions

  • 2020: Adam Smith Business School Award for PhD Excellence (Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow)
  • 2019: Degree of Doctor of Philosophy awarded 'Unconditionally' (Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow)
  • 2013: Masters of Business Administration awarded with 'Distinction' (Coventry University London, Coventry University)

Professional & learned societies

  • 2019 - 2020: Member, First International Network on Trust (FINT)
  • 2019 - 2020: Member, European Network of Selection Researchers (ENESER)
  • 2008 - 2020: Member, Chartered Accountants Syndicate
  • 2018 - 2019: Member, British Academy of Management

Selected international presentations

  • 2019: Implicit Bias and Workplace Diversity, BPS Division of Occupational Psychology Scotland (Edinburgh, UK)

Additional information

Reviewer and editorial duties

  • Academy of Management – Ad Hoc Reviewer
  • Journal of Trust Research – Ad Hoc Reviewer