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Neha Bellamkonda

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Assistant Professor
Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management
IIMB Young Faculty Research Chair

Neha is an Assistant Professor of OB & HRM at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) and IIMB Young Faculty Research Chair. She holds a PhD from XLRI- Xavier School of Management. Her work explores the area of incivility and mistreatment at the workplace among frontline employees. Specifically, she is interested in bystander intervention, affect, and behaviors post-mistreatment encounters. Her teaching interests are in the area of Micro OB, and experimental designs for behavioral research.

Research Interests: Employees' response to uncivil behaviors at the workplace, bystander interventions, ego depletion, and workplace loneliness.

Published Papers 

  • Bellamkonda, N., & Sheel, R. C. (2023). Reactions and Underlying Mechanisms of Customer Mistreatment: An Integrative Review. Organizational Psychology Review, 20413866231177682.
  • Bellamkonda, N., & Srimannarayana, M. (2023). When and How Perceived HRM Practices Influence Career Satisfaction: A Moderated Mediation Model on Career Self-management and Organizational Support. Management and Labour Studies.
  • Bellamkonda, N., & Pattusamy, M. (2022). Validation of Fear of COVID-19 Scale in India: classical test theory and item response theory approach. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 20(4), 2400-2407
  • Bellamkonda, N., & Pattusamy, M. (2022). Intention to stay and happiness: a moderated mediation model of work engagement and hope. South Asian Journal of Business Studies.
  • Bellamkonda, N., Santhanam, N., & Pattusamy, M. (2021). Goal clarity, trust in management and intention to stay: The mediating role of work engagement. South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management, 8(1), 9-28.   

  • Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior (XLRI- Xavier School of Management).
  • MBA (NIT-National Institute of Technology- Tiruchirappalli)
  • Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology (JNTU- Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Telangana)