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Dr Selin Kudret

PhD; MSc (distinction); BSc; FHEA; Academic Assoc CIPD
Lecturer in Human Resource Management

Room 3006 Kingston Business School
Kingston University, Kingston Hill
London, KT2 7LB

Office hrs for teaching block 3: Tue 12 noon - 2pm. Please email for appointment.

+44(0) 20 8417 5074 Ext:


Dr Selin Kudret is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Human Resource Management at Kingston Business School. Selin holds a PhD in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management from King's College London, where she worked as a doctoral researcher and visiting lecturer during her PhD.

Prior to her academic career, Selin worked in industry in various specialist and managerial roles for several years. Throughout her professional career, she worked in the banking and beverage industries. Selin has experience of designing and managing HR systems in multinational organisational settings.

Selin's research interests include employer branding, corporate social responsibility, workplace stress, congruence research (person-organisation fit and psychological contract breach), and advanced quantitative research methods. 

Selin collaborates with industry in various research and consultancy projects in the UK and across the globe. Her research findings and evidence-based practical solutions have been extensively used by her partnering organisations. In her doctoral research, she conducted a global scale, industry-funded project in collaboration with a major international bank across its 13 countries, numerous branches, and three operation centres. She developed a model of the perceived employer brand and investigated employee responses to the brand (e.g. organisational commitment, turnover, in-role performance). Her doctoral thesis was approved without corrections and was nominated for the King's-Elsevier Outstanding Thesis Prize by her examiners.

More recently, in a project funded by Kingston University, Selin has collaborated with a leading service organisation in the UK and examined workplace stress among their line managers and its implications for employee wellbeing, engagement, career success, in-role performance, and turnover. 

Selin communicates her research regularly in academic and professional communities. She has presented at various international conferences and gave key-note talks in numerous professional events. 

Research Interest(s)

Recent publications:


Research interests:

  • Employer branding
  • Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
  • Workplace stress and wellbeing
  • Person-organisation fit
  • Psychological breach/fulfilment
  • Employee commitment, engagement, in-role performance
  • Advanced quantitative research methods and statistics (polynomial regression and response surface methodology; Structural Equation Modeling (incl. multi-group) with MPlus; psychometric testing; two- and three-way interaction analysis; latent class analysis with MPlus; multi-level modeling with MPlus)


  • Module leader - Human Resource Management HRM BH5101
  • Quantitative Research Methods trainings - Professional Doctorate in Occupational and Business Psychology
  • (previously) Module leader - Human Resource Management HRM BH4702
  • (previously) Managing Human Resources and Self Development BH5005

Selin has previously taught in Quantitative Research Methods, Human Resource Management, and Organisational Behaviour (Work, Organisations and Society) modules at King's College London. She completed the HEA-accredited two-year postgraduate PGCAPHE programme at King's. She is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy.

Selin's teaching philosophy rests on the applicability of scientific knowledge to real life situations. The overarching objective of her teaching practice is to help individuals become self-regulated learners, who are capable of steering their own learning and assessing the quality of their work.


Selin combines her academic and research expertise with her experience as a former HR practitioner. She collaborates with academics and practitioners to advise on

  • identifying perceived employer value propositions, designing employer branding programmes, and setting out the impact of such programmes on employees'/job seekers' attitudes and behaviours towards the organisation
  • identifying workplace stressors, setting out their impact on employees and business, and suggesting organisation-specific actions


Selin is an associate academic member of the CIPD and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is also an academic member of the Academy of Management (AoM), the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), and the British Academy of Management (BAM).

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