Bulin Zhang is a Ph.D. candidate in Industrial Relations and Human Resources at the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University. Her primary research interests include strategic HRM, turnover, psychological contract, and unethical/counterproductive work behavior. Her current research focuses on employees' repeated unethical behaviors in the workplace, the emergence process of collective human capital, and employees’ well-being/identity in the gig economy. Bulin’s research has been presented at the management conference, and she also served as co-chair for sessions held at LERA. Prior to joining the program, Bulin earned an M.S. degree at Pennsylvania State University.