Staff Profile

/Miss T Shangahaidonhi

Miss T Shangahaidonhi

Permanant Full-time Lecturer


Qualifications:

  •  Master of Science Degree in Human Resource Management-{Midlands State University JAN 2010- MAY 2011}
  • Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Human Resource Management-{Midlands State University 2004- 2007}
  • Post graduate diploma in Tertiary Education – {Midlands State University 2013}
  • Professional Training Programme for Teaching Assistants: Midlands State University
  • E- Resourcing training workshop, certificate: Midlands State University

 

Current Studies

DPhill in Human Resource Management: PHD Candidate

 

Research Interests:

  • Performance management
  • Human resource bundling
  • Human resource management policies
  • Strategic human resource management
  • Job evaluation
  • Corporate power and politics
  • Reward management
  • Evaluation of HRM outcomes
  • Corporate entrepreneurship and HRM
  • Human resource information systems
  • Employee behaviors and Workplace romance
  • Surveillance in organizations

 

Publications

  1. Shangahaidonhi T. (2014), Human Resource Bundling as a strategic tool in enhancing organizational effectiveness. A case of a telecommunications firm in Harare, Zimbabwe. The Dyke vol. 8.2 (2014), pg 137-162 
  1. Shangahaidonhi T. (2014), The Applicability of the Balanced Scorecard approach to performance management in the modern day organizations. A case of a Rural District Council in Zimbabwe. Researchjornali’s journal of Human Resource Vol 2 No 3 March 2014 ISSN 2347-825X pg 1-17
  1. Shangahaidonhi T. (2014) The efficacy of Human Resource Bundling in achieving competitive advantage. A case of Econet Wireless in Harare, Zimbabwe. Researchjournali’s Journal of Human Resource Vol 2 No 3 March 2014 ISSN 2347-825X pg 1-22
  1. Shangahaidonhi T. (2013), The role of human resource managers in results based management implementation in the public sector. The case of a ministry in Gweru, Zimbabwe. Journal of emerging trends in economics and management sciences JETEMS 4(6): 580-589. Scholarlink research institute journals, 2013 ISSN: (2141-7024)
  1. Shangahaidonhi T. and Gundani B. (2013), The feasibility of value addition in the mining sector in the wake of the indigenization policy in Zimbabwe. Journal of emerging trends in economics and management sciences JETEMS 5(2): 128-137. Scholarlink research institute journals, 2013 ISSN: (2141-7024)

 

Accepted papers for publication

  1. Shangahaidonhi T. and Ncube F. (2015), Broad banded structures as a new platform to reward management in contemporary organisations. To be published in the Dyke vol 9 no 1 of 2015
  2. Shangahaidonhi T. (2014), “From pulp to chip”: The imperativeness of human resource information systems in the practice of HRM. To be published in the Researchjournali’s Journal of information technology, article id 1155

Paper under review

Shangahaidonhi T. (2014), “Money our servant or master”? The complexity of what transpired in Zimbabwe in the new millennium. Journal of Economics id 1156

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

  1. “Reality or rhetoric”: the feasibility of the ZIMASSET Blue print in revamping the Zimbabwean economy.
  2. The significance of economic education to the Human resource Practitioner in Zimbabwe
  3. The prevalence of HIV/AIDS among university lectures. A case of a state university in Gweru, Zimbabwe
  4. “organizational power and politics” the pervasive part of the fabric of organizational life in task execution
  5. The effectiveness of the arbitration act in dispute settlement: a critic of the relevance of the act in dispute resolution in Zimbabwe

CONFERENCES ATTENDED

  1. Social Science Research Seminar Series. Date: October 2013, Venue Great Hall

Title of paper: Broad banded structures as a new platform to reward management. The case of a Hotel in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

  1. Social Science Research Seminar Series. Date: 14 September 2014, Venue: great Hall

Title of paper: “Money our servant or master”: The complexity of what transpired in Zimbabwe from year 2001to 2008

 

 

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