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Candy Lu joined the Department of Marketing and Management at Macquarie University in 2014 and now is a Senior Lecturer of International Management and Employment in the Department of Management, Macquarie University.

Dr Lu holds a PhD in Management from Monash University. Her research interests are in the areas of cross-cultural management, diversity management, international human resource management, and occupational health and safety in the mining sector. Specifically, she investigates the cultural adjustment of Chinese immigrant professionals in Australian workplaces and the impact of such adjustment on individual job satisfaction and performance. Her research also examines the human resource management practices and their impact on safety performance of Chinese multinational enterprises operating in the mining sectors of Australia and China. She has published one research monograph with two leading researchers, five book chapters, and several articles in international scholarly journals, including Human Resource Management Review, Australian Journal of Management, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Journal of Management and Organization, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, Asian Ethnicity, and Safety Science.

She is an Associate Editor of Chinese Management Studies and a frequent reviewer for top ranked journals such as Human Resource Management, Management and Organization Review, and International Journal of Human Resource Management.

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