Meghna Sabharwal is a Professor and Ph.D. Director in the Public and Nonprofit Management program. In 2019 she won the best paper award from the LGBT Advocacy Alliance Section of the American Society for Public Administration for her work on the importance of creating an inclusive workplace. Her research interests include:
- Human resource management
- Workforce diversity
- Job satisfaction and productivity
- Comparative human resources practices
- High-skilled migration
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Race and Gender Representation in Presidential Appointments, SES, and GS Levels, During Clinton, Bush, and Obama Administrations (Sage Publications Inc, 2016-06-23)Achieving a representative bureaucracy that reflects the attitudes, values, and policy choices of women and racial minorities is imperative, as the gap in the representation of those groups in the federal workforce is ...
Procedural Fairness, Public Service Motives, and Employee Work Outcomes: Evidence from Pakistani Public Service Organizations (Sage Publications Inc., 2017-07-05)Studies in public administration hypothesize the direct effect of public service motivation (PSM) on employee attitudes and behavior. We examine the relationship between public employees’ perceptions of procedural fairness ...
Inclusive Work Practices: Turnover Intentions Among LGBT Employees of the U.S. Federal Government The federal government lags behind in progressive civil rights policies in regard to universal workplace antidiscrimination laws for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans. The slow progress matters to ...