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  • Multi-Factors that Influence Women Workers' Wellbeing: an Investigation of the Banking Industry in China

Joy Wang is a Henley Business School PhD student in the department of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.

Her research interests centre around wellbeing, women workers, the banking industry and work-family conflict. Joy earned her MSc in Human Resource Management at Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2022 and as an undergraduate student she studied International Trade at the Liaoning University of International Business and Economics, China, completing her studies in 2021.

Through her studies, Joy has gained a depth of human resource management skills and has conducted research using a combination of qualitative and quantitative analysis methods. During her MSc studies she conducted a press release, titled 'Does Improving the Organisation's Welfare Policy Contribute to Improving the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Employees?' and completed a case study report titled 'Digital Talent Resourcing Challenges and Strategies for Digital Transformation'.

Her previous employment experience includes working to analyse the trends of the Chinese stock market. Joy is also an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.