Dr. Rabeatul Husna Abdull Rahman
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05/01/18

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Dr. Rabeatul Husna Abdull Rahman
Senior Lecturer
Department of Human Resource Development
Employee retention/turnover/mobility, Career management, Organizational psychology, Knowledge workers, Women in the workforce studies
Ph.D. Social Science (University of New South Wales, Australia), M.Sc. Human Resource Development (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia), B.Sc. Human Resource Development (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia),
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fusherna@yahoo.com
T08-02-15-02
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018-2020090
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Publication

Norhayati Abd Karim & Rabeatul Husna Abdull Rahman (2017) . Hubungan antara efikasi kendiri dan motivasi pemindahan latihan.Prosiding Kajian Jabatan Pembangunan Sumber Manusia, Fakulti Pengurusan, Siri 1/2017. Fakulti Pengurusan:Skudai Johor

Gan J.L., Yusof, H.M., A.Rahman, R.H (2016). The relationship between organisational commitment and turnover intention among employees at a manufacturing company in Malaysia.Information, 19(8A), 3227-3231

Tasrif, S.R.F., Abdull Rahman, R.H., Abdul Rahman, A.A., Abdul Patah, S. (2016). Self-efficacy and career development strategy among support staff.  Journal of Advanced Research in Social and Behavioural Sciences. 4(2), 125-135

Liew, J.L., Abdull Rahman, R.H., Abdul Patah, S., Abdul Rahman, A.A. (2016). The relationship between HRM strategies and intention to stay. Journal of Advanced Research in Social and Behavioural Sciences.4(1), 90-98

Shaari, R., Abdull Rahman, R.H., Abdul Kohar, U.H., Sarip, A. (2016). University social responsibility: Towards measuring the community impact. Proceedings of the International Conference on Managing International Higher Education: Issues and Challenges in Cross Border Engagements. 91-94

SH Ooi, SL Choi, RH Abdull Rahman (2015). An analysis on the relationship between parenting styles and self-esteem of students of a university in Malaysia: A case study. Mediterranean Journal of Social Science, 6(4), 300

CY Cheong, RH Abdull Rahman, AS Mahidi@Mohyedin (2015). The relationship between training, learning and career development strategies on engineers’ intention to stay. Proceedings of the 1st World Virtual Conference on Social and Behavioural Sciences 2015, 47

HH Low, OK Tan, SL Choi, RH Abdull Rahman (2015). The adoption of environmental management system in Malaysian manufacturing organizations. Journal of Economics, Business and Management, 3(1), 93-97

CY Cheong, RH Abdull Rahman, AS Mahidi@Mohyedin (2015). HRD strategies and employee retention: A review. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 9, 57-62

RH Abdull Rahman (2015). Women in the workforce. Proceedings of International Conference on Human Resource Development 2015, 525-530

AS Mahidi@Mohyedin, RH Abdull Rahman (2015). Self-efficacy towards career satisfaction among female engineers. Proceedings of International Conference on Human Resource Development 2015, 261-268

NF Mahmud, RH Abdull Rahman (2015). Exploring employees’ followership style and cognitive style. Proceedings of International Conference on Human Resource Development 2015, 482-488

Y Wong, RH Abdull Rahman, SL Choi (2014). Employee job satisfaction and job performance: A case study in a franchised retail-chain organization. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 8(17), 1875-1883

R. Anvari, NNA Mansor, SABPA Rahman, RHBA Rahman, SH Chermahini (2014). Mediating effects of affective organizational commitment and psychological contract in the relationship between strategic compensation practices and knowledge sharing. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Science, 129, 111-118

R Anvari, NNA Mansor, SAPA Rahman, RHA Rahman, MIS Idrus (2014). The impact of learning and development initiatives on the retention of engineers in Malaysian firms. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Science, 129, 172-177

RH Abdull Rahman (2014). Human resource strategies and employee retention in Employee Management and Leadership in the Workplace, 1-16, UTM Press:Johor

RH Abdull Rahman (2014). Implication of psychological contract towards employees’ organizational commitment in Psychology Issues in Organization, 23-28, UTM Press:Johor

RH Abdull Rahman (2012), Malaysian firms’ role in retaining engineers. The Economic and Labour Relations Review, 23(4), 57-78

RH Abdull Rahman, R Omar, A Ahmad Khalid (2009), Web Based Training in HRD context in Training and HRD Practices in Malaysia, 1-16, UTM Press:Johor

RH Abdull Rahman, R Omar, A Ahmad Khalid (2008), Web Based Training in HRD context. Proceedings of the 1st Regional Conference on Human Resource Development 2008, 496-504

RH Abdull Rahman (2005). The relationship between work-family stress and job satisfaction. Proceedings of International Seminar on Human Resource Development 2005, 553-563

Research

October 2016 – September 2017: Project Leader, Government University Grant. Topic: Employability of persons with disability in Johor Bahru. (MYR 10,000)

November 2016 – June 2017: Project Member, Government Grant. Topic: Social Syariah Index (MYR 90,000)

October 2014 – March 2016: Project Member, Government Grants. Topic:  Community Impact of UTM as a Neighbour. (MYR 60,000)

May 2014 – August 2015: Project Leader, Government Grants – PAS, Topic: HRD Strategies, Career Success and the Retention of Engineers. (MYR 20,000).

October 2014 – September 2015: Project Member, Government Grants, Topic:  Community Impact of UTM as a Neighbour. (MYR 60,000)

March 2014 – February 2015: Project Member, Government Grants – PAS, Topic: The role of explicit phonetic instruction in pronunciation in teaching in ESL settings. (MYR 20,000).

April 2013 – March 2014: Project Member, Government Grants, Topic: The impact of learning and development initiatives on the retention of engineers in Malaysian firms. (MYR 30,000)

October 2012 – December 2012: Project Member, Government Grants, Topic: Evaluating the impact of the Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM) programmes. (MYR 100,000). 

Consultancy

2017: Projek Member, Topic: Social Syariah Index, awarded by JAKIM.

2016: Project Member, Topic: Malaysians working in Singapore, awarded by the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA). (MYR 194,000)

2016: Expert panel for 2015 Publication Award, UTM

2014: Project Member, Topic: A study on human capital requirement for the ECER, awarded by the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA). (MYR 350,000)

2013: Speaker at the Wealth Creation Lab 2013, New York Hotel Johor Bahru on November 2013 organized by UTMTEC

Supervision

RESEARCH SUPERVISION:

 

CURRENT RESEARCH

 

  • Khairunnisa Binti Abdul Aziz. Topic: The mediating role of affective commitment on the relationship between work values and turnover intention among Generation Y (PhD degree)
  • Mikkay Wong Ei Leen. Topic: Mediating effect of affective commitment on the relationship between perceptions of training and intention to stay among engineers (PhD degree)
  • Swarooparani Surendran. Topic: Perceived organizational support (POS) and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) of foreign workers vs local workers (Master degree)
  • Nurfarhani Farah Binti Anuaruddin. Topic: Exploring the challenges of employment and retention among deaf employees (Master degree)

MASTER’S DEGREE COMPLETION

2017:

  • Muhammad Ashfaq. Topic: Mediating effect of psychological contract on the relationship between workplace spirituality and organizational outcomes (Master by research)
  • Mastura Md Ali. Topic: Relationship between communication satisfaction and turnover intention among hotel employees

2016:

  • Nur Faezah Mahmud. Topic: Exploring employees’ followership style and cognitive style
  • Muhammad Ridhauddin Nojumuddin. Topic: Job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intentions among nurses in government hospital in Malaysia

2015:

  • Ainul Syakira Mahidi@Mohyedin. Topic: Self-efficacy and career success of female engineers
  • Cheong Chew Yee. Topic: The relationship between HRD strategies, career success and employee retention
  • Khairul Ashraf Abu Bakar. Topic: TNA practice in MNC and SME Manufacturing Companies in Malaysia

BACHELOR’S DEGREE COMPLETION

2017:

  • Mohd Khairul Iqbal Zamani. Topic: A study on quality of work life among immigration officers
  • Topic: A study on e-recruitment and selection process in a government agency
  • Hayati Halib. Topic: The effects of shift work on security guards
  • Noor Haslinda Topic: A study on the level of communication skill among research university support staff

2016:

  • Noor Asnedar Shuib. Topic: Relationship between perceived organizational support (POS) and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB)
  • Norhayati Abd Karim. Topic: Relationship between self-efficacy and transfer of training

2015:

  • Annee Soon Yean Nee. Topic: The relationship between Big 5 personality and transformational leadership
  • Ooi Ennie. Topic: The effect of affective components on impulse buying
  • Tan May Hiang. Topic: The relationship between organizational work-family support and women career advancement

2014:

  • Wan Nabilah Syafiqah Binti Wan Abd Rahim. Topic: The relationship between employees’ self-esteem and organizational commitment
  • Nur Nabila Huda. Topic: The relationship between students’ learning style and academic achievement
  • Gan Jen Ling. Topic: The relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention
  • Liew Jing Wen. Topic: The relationship between HRM practices and employee retention
  • Lim Pei Wen. Topic: The relationship between rewards and turnover intention

2013:

  • Nasuha Binti Abdullah. Topic: Work stress among nurses
  • Wong Yvonne. Topic: Relationship between job satisfaction and job performance
  • Julaiha Binti Juhari. Topic: The relationship between leadership style and organizational commitment
  • Siti Aisyah Binti Marikon. Topic: Determinants of transfer of training
  • Yun Kai. Topic: The relationship between employee job satisfaction and job turnover
  • Zhang Zefeng. Topic: The relationship between job stress and job satisfaction

2008:

  • Nudra Syafini Ab Aziz, Suraya Hamimi Mastor, Wong Sook Fun. Topic: The relationship between work stress and work satisfaction among secondary school teachers
  • Suria Binti Suhardi, Siti Fatimah Binti Jasleh, Umi Syaffirah Binti Bakhri. Topic: The relationship between managers’ leadership style and employees’ job satisfaction

Awards

2014: Service Excellence Award

2013: Job promotion from DS45 to DS52

2012: Staff Excellence Award

Teaching

 

  1. Instructional design
  2. Performance development
  3. Training needs analysis
  4. Organizational behaviour
  5. Principles of human resource development
  6. HRD planning, design and evaluation
  7. Creative and critical thinking
  8. Effective communication
  9. Professional ethics
  10. Crisis management

Others

 

Professional Association Membership

Member of Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM) since 2013