Faculty Profile

Joarder, Mohd Hasanur Raihan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Director - BBA ProgramEmail : raihan.joarder@bus.uiu.ac.bd

Assistant professor, School of Business & Economics

United International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh &

Former visiting senior lecturer, School of Business Management (SBM)

UUM College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)

06010 Sintok, Darul Aman Kedah, Malaysia

(i) Ph.D. in Human Resource Management, UUM College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia-UUM, in 2012.

PhD thesis title:

“Mediating Effects of Organizational Commitment-OC and Perceived Organizational Support-POS on HRM Practices and Turnover Intention: A Study of Private Universities in Bangladesh” supervised by Associate Professor Dr. Mohmad Yazam Sharif. Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business Management, UUM College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia.

(ii) MBA, University of Central Queensland, Australia in 2002.

(iii) MA in International Business, University of Wollongong, Australia in 2001.

(iv) BA (Hons) in English Literature, University of Delhi, India in 1997.

  1. Bangladesh Society of Human Resource Management
  2. Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management

Taught Courses (Graduate & Undergraduate level):

Introduction to Business, Principles of Management, Human Resource Management, Training and Development, Performance Management, Organizational Behavior, Business communications. Compensation Management, Sales and Salesmanship Management, International Business, and International Merger & Acquisitions.

 

Students Evaluation at Universiti Utara Malaysia

(i) Semester A131 (September 2013-December 2013)

Undergraduate: 90.53%

Graduate/Master course: 90.1%

(ii) Semester A132 (February 2014-June 2014):

  • Undergraduate: 94.78%

(iii) Semester A141 (September 2014-January, 2015)

  • Undergraduate: 92.1%
  • Graduate/Master Course: 94.1%

(iv) Semester A142 (February 2015- June 2015)

  • Undergraduate: 95.25%

PhD student Supervision (as co-supervisor):

  • Mohammad Jibrin Bida: pursuing PhD in Human Resource Management, enrolled in A141

Stage: Course work completed, and preparing for proposal defense.

  • Abdussalam Iyanda Ismail (no. matric 900749): Pursuing PhD in Human Resource Management, enrolled in Semester A142.

Stage: Course work completed, and preparing for proposal defense.

  • Sabiu M Salihu: Pursuing PhD in Human Resource Management, enrolled in Semester A 141

Stage: Course work completed, and preparing for proposal defense.

  • Shaheen Ahmed: Pursuing PhD in Management, enrolled in Semester A142

Stage: Course work in progress.

  • Shariful Alam Khandakar: Pursuing PhD in Human Resource Management, enrolled in A151

Stage: Course work in progress.

(i) Teaching Experience:

  • Currently, serving as a visiting Senior Lecturer, Department of Human Resource Management, School of Business Management, UUM College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia since June 2, 2013 till date.
  • Prior to join UUM College of Business, I used to work as an assistant professor under the School of Business and Economics, United International University (UIU), Dhaka, Bangladesh from February 2007 to May 30, 2013. I also served as a senior lecturer in the same business school from June 2005 to January 2007.
  • Before joining UIU, I offered my service as a senior lecturer under the School of Business of Daffodil International University (DIU) from November 2004 to May 2005.
  • I started teaching profession as my career at IUBAT Business School as a lecturer in July 2003 till October 2004

(ii) Corporate Experience (in Australia):

  • Prior to join in teaching profession, I experienced as a direct sales advisor of Telefocus communications Australia, a sales agent of Cable & Wireless Optus Telecommunications, Australia in February 2000 till July 2002; and was awarded the Top 25 National Salesman in the year 2001.
  • I also worked for Orange Mobile Phone Company (Australia) from August 2002 to May 2003 as a direct sales advisor.

(iii) Experience as Trainer:

  • Developed the training module and facilitated a day long training session on Negotiation and Sales Skills for the media employees on April 27, 2013.

Participants: Employees of the company “Expressions Limited Bangladesh” Known as         Expressions media house.

  • Developed and facilitated a day long training session on Employability Skill Development program organized by Institute of Business and Economic Research on July 14, 2012

Participants: Graduating students and job seekers.

  • Developed and facilitated a half day training session on Employee Skill Development program organized by United International University on July 19, 2012.

Participants: University’s non-academic staffs.

  • Developed and facilitated a half day training session on “Customer Service Skill Development” program organized by Business Intelligence Unit of College of Business, UUM, Malaysia on April 12, 2011.

Participants: Open for all, mainly graduating students and employees of the different            organizations.

  • Developed and facilitated a half day training session on “Professional Selling Skill & Personal Grooming Development” program organized by Business Intelligence Unit of College of Business, UUM, Malaysia on May 28, 2011.

Participants: Open for all, mainly for people involved in sales and commission based           employees.

  • Developed, Planned and Facilitated the 5-day training for “Professional Training on Skills Development-PTSD” organized by School of Business, United International University on January 11-19, 2010. (i) Effective Interview Skills; (ii) Customer Services Skills; (iii) Selling Technique Skills; and (iv) Personal Grooming & Presentation Skill. Participants: Mainly graduating students and job seekers.
  • Facilitated a Day-long session on “How to be an effective salesman-selling techniques”, organized by Tongi Telecommunication Services, Dhaka on October 19, 2007, a franchise of Warid Telecommunications Bangladesh, a sister concern of Dhabi Group, Dubai, UAE.

Participants: Employees of the sales based company.

  • Facilitated a Day-long session on “Professional Customer Service” organized by SAZ International Consulting Firm, Dhanmondi, Dhaka on May 30, 2007.
  • Attended a day-long workshop on “Training for Trainers (TOT)” for facilitating Graduate Employability Enhancement (G2E) program organized by Career Development Centre of UUM on 4th September 2013.

  • Appointed as a PhD internal examiner for final viva of Abdul Rahman Jafaar which will be held on September 23, 2015 at SBM.
  • Appointed as a reviewer for PhD proposal defense for Mahmoud M Salahat (95991) held on 14th July 2015.
  • Appointed as session chair and examiner for PhD proposal defense for Abdul Rahman Jafaar’s held on 24th November, 2014 at SBM meeting room.
  • Appointed as reviewer for PhD proposal defense of Miss Bello Zainab held on 20th October 2014 at SBM meeting room.
  • Appointed as a reviewer for PhD proposal defense of Mr. Houccine Meddour held on June 1, 2014 at SBM meeting room.
  • Appointed as internal examiner for Master Viva for Miss ITSANNE FOKKEMA held on 17th December 2014 in SBM executive meeting room.
  • Appointed as internal examiner for Masters Viva of Mr. Abdussalaam Iyanda Ismail held on June 22, 2014 at SBM executive meeting room.
  • Appointed as internal examiner for Master Viva of Mr. Solomon held on 16 December 2013.
  • Appointed as a discussant for 2nd Symposium on Business Postgraduate Research held at EDC on 23rd December 2014.
  • Appointed as a committee member of 7th National Human Resource Management Conference 2014 held on May 20-22, 2014.
  • Appointed as discussant panel for the School of Business Management PhD colloquium held on 16th May, 2014 at EDC hotel, Sintok, Kedah.
  • Appointed as a committee member of the conference on Business Management Research (CBMR) held on December 11, 2013.

(i) Published Journal Articles:

  1. Malaysian’s Brain Drain to Singapore: The Moderating Role of Personality. Accepted in the Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences in the upcoming issue.
  2. Pay, Security, Support and Intention to quit relationship among Academics in Developing Economy. Paper Accepted in the International Journal “Investment Management and Financial Innovations” in the upcoming issue V12 Issue 3, 2015.
  3. Jauhar, J., Abdul Ghani, A. B., Joarder, M. H. R., Subhan, M., & Islam, R. (2015). Bran Drain to Singapore: A Conceptual Framework of Malaysian Diaspora. The Social Sciences, 10(6), 702-711.
  4. Ismail, A., Abdul Ghani, A. B., Subhan, M., Joarder, M. H R., & Ridzwan, A. A. (2015). The Relationship between Stress and Job Satisfaction: An Evidence from Malaysian Peacekeeping Mission. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(4/3), 647-655.
  5. The Mediating Effects of Training Motivation on Assignment Methods and Transfer of Training: The Malaysian Context. Accepted for publication in forthcoming issue 10 volume 4. International Business Management.
  6. Ismail, A. I., Abdul-Majid, A. H., & Joarder, H. R. (2015). “Mediating role of distributive justice in the relationship between career incentives and employee performance”. Journal of Economics Business and Management, 3(10), 929-935.
  7. Hamzah, A. R., Lucky, E. O., Joarder, M. H. R. (2014). Time Management, External Motivation, and Students’ Academic Performance: Evidence from a Malaysian Public University. Asian Social Science, 10(13), 55-63.
  8. Subhan, M., Ghani, A. B. A., & Joarder, M. H R. (2014). Urban Community Willingness to Pay for Improved Solid Waste Management in Malaysian Municipality: A Choice Modeling Approach. Asian Social Science, 10(18), 122-136.
  9. Joarder, H. R., & Sharif, M. Y. (2012). The Intervening Effects of Affective Commitment on HRM Practices and Turnover Intention Relationship: An Evidence from Non-western Context. ABAC Journal, Vol. 32, Issue 1, January-April 2012, Thailand.
  10. Joarder, H. R., & Sharif, M. Y. (2011). The Role of HRM Practices in Predicting Faculty Turnover Intention: Empirical Evidence from Private Universities in Bangladesh. The South East Asian Journal of Management, Vol. 5, Issue 2, October 2011, Indonesia.
  11. Sharif, M. Y., & Joarder, H. R. (2011). The Mediating role of organizational commitment in Turnover Intention: The Case of Private Universities in Bangladesh. Journal of Bangladesh Studies, Vol. 13(2), USA.
  12. Joarder, H. R., Sharif, M. Y., & Ahmmed, K. (2011). Mediating Role of Affective Commitment in HRM practices and Turnover Intention Relationship: A Study in a Developing Context. Business and Economics Research Journal, 2(4), 135-158, Turkey.
  13. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2010). Human Resource Retention practices from the faculty’s perspective: Case for a private university in Bangladesh, International Journal of Management Studies, 17(2), Malaysia.
  14. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2010). Cell Phone Customer Experience and Appraisal for Grameenphone in Bangladesh. East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, Vol. 1, January, Bangladesh.
  15. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2009). Talent Management and Retention Practices from the Faculty’s Point of View: A Case Study. Journal of Human Capital, 2(1), Indonesia.
  16. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2009). The Effect of Information Technology on Stock Market Trade Volume and Volatility: Case for Dhaka Stock Exchange. AU Journal of Technology, 12(4), Thailand.
  17. Ashraf, M. A., Joarder, H. R., & Masum, R. (2009). Job Satisfaction of the Employees in the Mobile Phone Corporate in Bangladesh: A Case Study. AIUB Journal of Business and Economics, 8(1), Bangladesh.
  18. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2009). Factors Affecting Volatility of Bangladesh Trade Deficit: An Econometric Analysis. ABAC Journal, 29(2), Thailand.
  19. Joarder, H. R., Ashraf, M. A. (2009). Quality Education Management at Private University in Bangladesh: An Exploratory Study. Jurnal Pendidik dan Pendidikan, Jil, (Universiti Sains Malaysia). Vol. 24, 17-32, Malaysia.
  20. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2008). HR Retention Practices from the Employees’ Perspective. INTEGRITAS Jurnal Manajmen Bisnis, 1(2), Indonesia.
  21. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2006). A Glimpse of Energy Sources and Prospects of Solar Photovoltaic Power in Bangladesh. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, 3(2), Bangladesh.
  22. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2006). A Few Macroeconomic Parameters and Economic Development of Bangladesh. Journal of Socioeconomic Research and Development, 3(1), Bangladesh.

 

(ii) Articles submitted for review:

  1. “Malaysians’ Brain Drain to Singapore: The Moderating Role of Personality” paper submitted for review to MJSS.
  2. Consumer Perception on Green Marketing in Bangladesh: An Empirical study (paper submitted for review)

(iii) Conference Papers, Seminar and Magazine articles:

  1. Job security, compensation, supervisory support and intention to quit among academicians in private universities in Bangladesh. This paper has been accepted in the International Conference on Business Management (ICBM) 2014 will be held in August 20-22, 2014.
  2. Determinants of Employee Performance: A Conceptual Framework. This paper has been accepted for the 3rd International Conference on Leadership & Learning in the Asian Century will be held at Penang on 17-19 Nov. 2014.
  3. Joarder, H. R. (2009). Faculty Turnover Rate: The Critical Issue for private universities in Bangladesh. A short article published in local Magazine “UniLife”, Vol. 1, November Issue, 2009.
  4. Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2008). “Job Satisfaction in Mobile Phone Corporate in Bangladesh: A Case Study. AIUB Bus Econ Working Paper Series, No 2008-22, 2008
  5. Joarder, H. & Ashraf, M. A. (2007). “Quality Management and Cost of Education in Private Universities in Bangladesh: A Case Study. Paper presented in the Fifth ASEAN Conference organized by Universiti Utara Malaysia held in Kuala Lumpur on August 25-26, 2007.
  6.  Ashraf, M. A., & Joarder, H. R. (2005). “A Glimpse of Energy Sources and Prospects of Solar Photovoltaic Power in Bangladesh,” A Paper presented to a Seminar Organized by City University on Energy Policy on the 3rd December.

Human Resource Management, Employee engagement, HRM practices, Organizational commitment, perceived organizational support, Employee turnover and turnover intention.