With more than a decade of experience in the academia and industry, Pooja Verma is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Management Sciences. She received her PhD (2018) from Shoolini University in Management and topped in her MBA (2008) from Dr YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni. An alumnus of UCBS, HPU, Pooja completed her BBA in 2004.
ln the classroom as well as on digital platforms, she has always been trying to improve the teaching-learning experience with the motive to inculcate knowledge with value among students. She has been active in filling copyrights and publishing research articles. While guiding many UG, PG projects and PhD scholars, her research areas are, Quality of Work Life, Organisation Behaviour, Human Resource Management and other related areas.
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(2021). Co-edited a book titled “Management Practices amidst Covid19”. Published by Weser Books. ISBN No. : 978-3-96492-299-1.
• Thakur, D. J. & Verma, P. (2022). How Servant Leadership is Effective for Employee Performance with the Use of t-Test, Algorithm and ANOVA. Springer Book: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems. ISSN: 2367-3370. e-ISSN: 2367-3389. Page No. 1-14. Link: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-16-8763-1.
• Dayal, G., Thakur, D. J. & Verma, P. (2021). Analysis of CRM with new era of Digital Market Innovation during Covid-19 Pandemic situation. Book: Marketing 5.0: Putting up Blocks Together. Publisher: National Press Associates. ISBN No.: 978-93-90863-14-3. Page No. 77.
• Dayal, G. & Verma, P. (2021). Employee Satisfaction And Organization Commitment: Factors Affecting Turnover Intentions And Organization Performance. Elementary Education Online. 3315-3324. Vol 20 (Issue 5).
• Thakur, D. J. & Verma, P. (2020). THE IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP ON EMPLOYEE’S TURNOVER INTENSION. PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology, 17(6), 1693-1704.
• Thakur, D. J., Verma, P. & Sharma, D. (2019). Influence of Leadership Style: A Review. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology. 945-952. 28(20). 2005-4238 IJAST.
• Verma, P. & Sharma, D.(2018). Quality of Work Life in Academics with reference to Motivational Theories. Pacific Business Review International. 159-165. 11-4. ISSN: 0974-438X.
• Gupta, C. M. & Verma, P. (2018). Accounting & Business Ethics - Need of the Hour. SSRG International Journal of Economics and Management Studies (SSRG - IJEMS). 15-22. 5(4). ISSN:2393 - 9125.
• Verma, P. (2016). Quality of Work Life of females in India. Book: Economic Environment of Business: Issues and Policy.Chapter: Quality of Work Life of Females in India. 291-296.
• Verma, P. (2015). Value based education for better living. Paramhansa Yogananda International Conference on Science, Spirituality and Education conference proceeding. HPU, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh (India).
• Verma, P. & Monga, O. P. (2015). Understanding Quality of Work Life in Contemporary World. International Journal of Emerging Research in Management &Technology. Volume-4, Issue-4, 2015. 49-53. ISSN: 2278-9359
• Verma, P. & Monga, O. P. (2014). Attitudinal Study of Quality of Work Life at an Electronics Company. European Academic Research. Vol. II, Issue 6/ September 2014. 8549-8562.
• Employee Engaging Strategies amid Crises like Covid19
• Employee Engagement Strategies and Payback
• Quality of Work Life vis-a-vis Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Motivational Theory
• Quality of Work Life vis-a-vis Fredrick Herzberg's Two Factors Motivational Theory
• Working Women Hitches and Challenges