Saehee Kang

Ph.D. Student
M.S. in Management, Korea University
B.A. in Business Administration, Korea University

Saehee Kang is a Ph.D. candidate in Industrial Relations and Human Resources at the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University. His research seeks to understand how HR systems (e.g., HPWS) and HR practices (e.g., compensation) contribute to organizational functioning. In pursuit of these interests, he is working on a number of research projects on HPWS and group incentives. Saehee’s research has been presented at leading conferences such as the Academy of Management, Labor and Employment Relations Association, and International Association for the Economics of Participation. He is an active member of the Academy of Management and the Labor and Employment Relations Association.

Research Initiatives: Strategic human resource management, Compensation, Employee ownership, Research methods