Hadi El-Farr

Director, Professional Master's in Human Resource Management (Online)
Assistant Teaching Professor
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Executive and Professional Education
Ph.D., University of Leeds
M.B.A., Lebanese American University
 94 Rockafeller Road, Suite 215E, Piscataway, NJ 08854
  • Strategic Human Resource Management

  • Global Human Resource Management

  • Knowledge Management (including Artificial Intelligence)

  • HR Planning

  • Staffing

  • Performance Management

Before joining the faculty at SMLR, Hadi El-Farr was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Cincinnati teaching courses in Human Resources and Organizational behavior. Prior to that, Hadi has taught various courses at the University of Leeds and the University of York.

Hadi had his Ph.D. in HRM from the University of Leeds, his M.B.A. from the Lebanese American University and his B.B.A. from the American University of Beirut. Also, He was certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) by the Human Resources Certification Institute. 

Hadi’s main research interests are Strategic HRM, Knowledge management, Artificial Intelligence, and International HRM issues. He is also interested in studying international students' mobility, performance assessment, and teaching evaluation. Throughout his career, he had extensive exposure to the Middle Eastern, European and American markets and worked at various industries including Higher Education, Retail, Trade, Management Consulting, and Hospitality.

For further details on his qualifications and experience, please visit his website at http://www.hadielfarr.com.


Global Human Resource Management
Strategic Human Resource Management
Organizational Behavior
Managing the Global Workforce
Executive & Professional Education - Artificial Intelligence & HRM
Executive & Professional Education - HR Functional Excellence
Executive & Professional Education - Work in the US in the 21st Century
Executive & Professional Education - HR for the Fourth Industrial Revolution: HR Leadership in the Era of Artificial Intelligence