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Youjeong Song

PhD Candidate
Department of Work and Organizations


  • M.S. 2019
    Management, Yonsei University
  • B.B.A 2016
    Business Administration, Yonsei University


  • Diversity and Inclusion: Language, Gender
  • Multilingual Workplace
  • Migrant Workers


Youjeong Song is a Ph.D. candidate in the Work and Organizations Department at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. Youjeong's primary research interests include workplace diversity and inclusion, with an emphasis on language and gender. 

Youjeong's research on language explores its effects on global teams and migrant workers. She is dedicated to understanding how multilingual work environments impact individuals' work experience, team dynamics, and team performance. As a member of Migration, Business, & Society (, she also aims to understand how language-induced challenges impact migrant workers' workplace experiences and crucial work outcomes, such as information poverty, work adjustment, and career development. In addition, Youjeong's research on gender explores various factors (e.g., lookism climate, physical attractiveness, organizational rank) that make women exposed to discrimination at work. 

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