Dr. Haddad has been on the EMU faculty since 1993, and in the Fall of 2001 she received a Teaching Excellence Award from the EMU Alumni Association. She is the North American Associate Editor for the journal: New Technology, Work, and Employment, and since 2002 has served on the International Scientific Advisory Committee for AUTO21, a Canadian government-supported research project. During the 2006-07 academic year, Dr. Haddad served as Interim Director of EMU's university-wide Women's and Gender Studies Program.
She has served on a range of university and college committees promoting faculty governance, interdisciplinary studies, faculty research, multicultural diversity, and academic program development. Prior to her arrival at EMU, she served as a tenured faculty member at Michigan State University's School of Labor and Industrial Relations (1978-90), and later held senior positions with the American Society for Training and Development and at the Industrial Technology Institute (ITI). As a visiting research scientist and program manager at ITI, she established and directed the Institute's first Labor and Technology Program.
She subsequently served as a research fellow at Wayne State University's College of Urban, Labor and Metropolitan Affairs, and taught for WSU's Master of Arts in Industrial Relations program. Throughout her career she has obtained and managed over $500,000 in external grants and research awards, and has collaborated with colleagues in the UK, Canada, Germany, Italy, and Japan. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.