Arundhathi Chandran, an Indian Research scholar. Her research interests are in the field of career advancement, social capital, women in management, and organizational behavior.
After she has completed her M.Phil. in Management and labour studies from Tata institute of social sciences (TISS), Mumbai, she worked as an Assistant professor of social work (Guest) at the Central University of Karnataka. She has currently published two research papers titled, “Influence of spiritual and emotional intelligence on Work-life Balance” and “The experience of workplace bullying among entry-level employees in the Indian IT sector”. She has taken part in various national and international conferences, where she received the best research paper and the paper presenter award. In addition, she did her post-graduate internship at the Yunus Centre in Bangladesh, where she examined various dimensions of social enterprise. The social enterprise idea that was formulated within the framework of the internship was selected for the best 15 social enterprise idea challenge contests. She also served as a resource person at Faculty Development Programme on the topic “Mental Health and Wellness of educators during Covid-19” and for a One-day National webinar on ‘Professional Social work in the Independent Secular Republic India’.