Rocio Bonet is an associate professor in the area of Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior at IE Business School, Madrid. She earned her PhD from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Rocio Bonet’s research lies at the intersection of strategic and human resource management, with an emphasis on understanding how the move towards a new type of employment relationship, characterized by shorter-term contracts and higher inter-organizational mobility, is affecting individuals and organizations. As an example, her ongoing research looks at how the inflows and outflows of workers with different types of contracts affect firm performance and human capital retention. She is also currently investigating the effects of new organizational forms, such as fluid teams and agile work practices, on human capital redeployment and worker performance. Rocio Bonet’s research has been published in several academic outlets and she has been awarded multiple grants to perform her research, including a Marie Curie grant from the European Commission and a GMAC fellowship. Rocio Bonet has been an active member of the Strategic Human Capital Group at the Strategic Management Society since its inception.