Personal profile

Research interests

My current research focuses on three different areas, with a broader framework of individualized and differentiated HRM practices.

1. Flexible work practices: My research in this stream seeks to understand the implications of flexitime, telecommuting, reduced load work and part-time from the perspective of receivers and non-receivers. I aim to disentangle how such practices unfold in a wider team context.

2. Idiosyncratic deals: In this research stream, I focus on the dynamics of I-deal making beyond these of the focal employee. In particular, I seek to understand a) how I-deals unfold and b) the effectiveness of these deals from employee, manager and co-worker perspectives. In a related stream of research, I integrate non-work and work domains to understand the dynamics of I-deal making.

3. Job crafting: My research in this specific topic looks at job crafting from a relational perspective and seeks to explore the extent to which job crafting is optimum and beneficial in teams. Moreover, I aim to delineate the darker side of job crafting behaviours.

Willing to supervise PhD

I am interested in supervising and collaborating with potential Ph.D. students on following topics:

1. Flexible careers: Family supportive supervisor behaviours, work-family balance, family motivation, career transitions and career development. 

2. Individualised HR practices: Idiosyncratic deals, co-worker social comparison, the sustainability and effectiveness of individualised HRM, the implications of hRM practices for team members and focal employees

3. Employee well-being, work engagement and emotions. 

Method wise, I carry out my research using quantitative data (i.e., surveys, diary designs, panel data, longitudinal data). I aim to help Ph.D. students write and publish articles as they continue on with their studies. I therefore welcome paper-route Ph.D. student applications. ​ 

Education / Academic qualification

Organisational Behaviour and HRM, Doctor of Social Science, University of Warwick

20132016

Organisational Psycjology, Master of Arts, University of Warwick

20132015

Organisational Psychology, Master of Social Science, Syracuse University

20102012

MBA in Management and Organisational Behaviour, Master of Business Administration, Bogazici University

20082010

Management, Bachelor of Arts, Bogazici University

20022007

External positions

Visiting Professor , IESE Business School

Oct 2017 → …

Lecturer of Organisational Behaviour and HRM, University of Essex

Sep 2016Jul 2017

Keywords

  • Work design
  • Job crafting
  • I-deals
  • HRM
  • Strategic HRM
  • Work engagement
  • Work performance
  • HR analytics
  • HR data
  • HR Differentiation
  • HR individualisation
  • HRM practices
  • Best fit of HRM

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Research Output 2014 2018

A Trickle-Down Model of Task and Development I-Deals

Rofcanin, Y., Las Heras, M., Bal, M., van der Heijden, B. & Taser Erdogan, D. 13 Apr 2018 In : Human Relations.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Managers
manager
Association reactions
development
Personnel

How context matters: The relationship between family supportive supervisor behaviors and motivation to work moderated by gender inequality

Bosch, M. J., Las Heras, M., Russo, M., Rofcanin, Y. & I Grau, M. G. Jan 2018 In : Journal of Business Research. 82, 1, p. 46-55

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Gender inequality
Kenya
Philippines
Employees
United Nations

Relational Job Crafting Exploring the Role of Employee Motives with a Weekly Diary Study

Rofcanin, Y., Bakker, A., Berber, A., Golgeci, I. & Las Heras, M. 18 Apr 2018 In : Human Relations.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Personnel
job
work habits
Association reactions
employee

Seeing eye to eye on family supportive supervisor behaviours: Effects on employee outcomes.

Marescaux, E., Rofcanin, Y. & Las Heras, M. 15 Mar 2018 In : Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Employees
Boundary conditions
Motivation
family
employee
motivation
behavior