Contact Emilija Oleskeviciute
- Tel: +44 (0) 1234 750111 x3187
- Email: Emilija.Oleskeviciute@cranfield.ac.uk
Emilija Oleškevičiūtė is passionate about Global Mobility of Employees and is interested in professional experiences both in academia and in international organisations.
Emilija holds an MSc in Work and Organizational Psychology from Maastricht University (Maastricht, the Netherlands), a BSc in Psychology from Mykolas Romeris University (Vilnius, Lithuania), and has participated in the ERASMUS+ exchange study program at Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic). Her Master’s thesis was on the topic of sustainable employability. Emilija has also worked as an intern for the personnel division of the Bank of Lithuania, and as a research intern at Maastricht University. Moreover, Emilija has worked as a visiting scholar in the University of Bamberg, Germany. She speaks English, Lithuanian, Polish, and Russian fluently. She also has a basic knowledge of Spanish and Dutch.
Emilija is part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network on Global Mobility of Employees (GLOMO). Together with 14 other Early Stage Researchers and PhD candidates who are spread across Europe she is aiming to create knowledge on the topic of Global Mobility of Employees.
The aim of her research is to explore Self-Initiated Repatriates’ (SIRs’) career experiences upon return to their home country. Specifically focusing on SIRs’ career capital transferability, factors influencing this process, and practical ways of improving Global Mobility of Employees on individual, organisational, and country levels.
Emilija is currently employed as a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher at Cranfield School of Management and working towards a PhD in Leadership and Management. Her project has received funding from the European Union's H2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 765355. Moreover, Emilija is volunteering as a Learning Team Tutor for the MIM program and also as a mentor for three other PhD candidates. Emilija is eager to take on further teaching opportunities, supervision activities, and other international projects in the close future.
Articles In Journals
- Oleškevičiūtė E, Dickmann M, Andresen M & Parry E (2022) The international transfer of individual career capital: Exploring and developing a model of the underlying factors, Journal of Global Mobility , 10 (3) 392-415.
- Martel K, Raupp M, Abdul-Hadi A, Oleskeviciute E, Mello R, Biswas T & Milani GS (2021) “Isn't it ironic…!?!” - mobility researchers go sedentary. A group auto-ethnography on collective coping and care in pandemic times, Gender, Work and Organization, Available online 22 July 2021 (1).