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Arosha S. Adikaram
Arosha S. Adikaram
Chair Professor of Human Resource Management, University of Colombo
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Battling COVID-19 with human resource management bundling
AS Adikaram, N Naotunna, HPR Priyankara
Employee Relations: The International Journal 43 (6), 1269-1289, 2021
622021
Gender (in) equality in South Asia: problems, prospects and pathways
G Strachan, A Adikaram, P Kailasapathy
South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management 2 (1), 1-11, 2015
522015
Navigating the crises of COVID-19: Human Resource professionals battle against the pandemic
AS Adikaram, HPR Priyankara, N Naotunna
South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management 8 (2), 192-218, 2021
492021
“Good women” and “bad women” how socialization of gendered behavioural norms influences Sri Lankan working women’s interpretation of sexual harassment at workplaces
AS Adikaram
South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management 1 (1), 45-65, 2014
342014
“Unwanted” and “bad,” but not “sexual”: Non-labelling of sexual harassment by Sri Lankan working women
AS Adikaram
Personnel Review 45 (5), 806-826, 2016
332016
Femininity penalty: challenges and barriers faced by STEM woman entrepreneurs in an emerging economy
AS Adikaram, R Razik
Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies 15 (5), 1113-1138, 2023
292023
“It is ok to be interrupted; it is my job”–perceptions on technology-mediated work-life boundary experiences; a sociomaterial analysis
S De Alwis, P Hernwall, AS Adikaram
Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International …, 2022
162022
Being sensitive to the culture: challenges in researching sensitive topics in an Asian culture
AS Adikaram
Qualitative Research Journal 18 (3), 287-299, 2018
162018
‘An opportunity for other men and a threat to other women’: workplace harassment at the intersection of marital status and gender in Sri Lanka
AS Adikaram
Human Resource Development International 21 (3), 186-211, 2018
162018
Accepting or rejecting the label: how gay employees cope with harassment at work
DM Liyanage, A Adikaram
Gender in Management: An International Journal 34 (8), 644-664, 2019
142019
Making sense of sexual harassment: narratives of working women in Sri Lanka
AS Adikaram
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 56 (1), 102-123, 2018
132018
What happens to female employees in skewed it project teams in sri lanka? revisiting kanter
AS Adikaram, K Wijayawardena
South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management 2 (1), 37-57, 2015
122015
Human resource managers as liaisons between firms and labour
M O’Donnell, S Williamson, A Adikaram, M Foley
Employee Relations: The International Journal 41 (6), 1224-1237, 2019
102019
How Effective are Grievance Handling Practices of Sri Lankan Banks?
AS Adikaram, ITD Rupasiri
Proceedings of International Conference on Business Management 5, 2008
92008
Remote working during COVID-19 in Sri Lanka: lessons learned and what the future holds
AS Adikaram, N Naotunna
Employee Relations: The International Journal 45 (4), 1035-1056, 2023
82023
Is sexual harassment a problem at Sri Lankan workplaces?
AS Adikaram
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2005
72005
Scorned by men and pursued by women: sexual harassment of heterosexual working men
A Adikaram, S Weerakotuwa
Gender in Management: An International Journal 37 (4), 549-565, 2022
62022
Undisclosed reality: harassment of gay male employees in Sri Lankan heteronormative workplaces
AS Adikaram, DM Liyanage
Culture and Organization 27 (6), 490-506, 2021
62021
Not so silent: How social support is given and received in dealing with sexual harassment in Sri Lankan work-places
A Adikaram
NSBM Journal of Management 1 (2), 2016
62016
Multiple perspectives of measuring organisational value congruence
YS Bandara, AS Adikaram, K Dissanayake
Asian Journal of Business Ethics 10 (2), 331-354, 2021
52021
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