Career Development International: Volume 10 Issue 2

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Table of contents

Gender and career choice: Experiences of UK charity retail managers

Adelina Broadbridge, Elizabeth Parsons

This paper extends the debate on gender and career choice using the case study of managers in charity shops in the UK, a group that have previously not been researched. The…

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Expatriate compensation: An exploratory review of salient contextual factors and common practices

Robert H. Sims, Mike Schraeder

This study aims to examine important situational factors impacting expatriate compensation and common practices utilized in compensating expatriates.

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Have traditional career paths given way to protean ones?: Evidence from senior managers in the Australian public sector

Paula McDonald, Kerry Brown, Lisa Bradley

This mixed‐method study aims to determine the extent to which the career paths of senior managers conform with the traditional versus protean elements described in the careers…

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Careers in overlapping institutional contexts: The case of academe

Marc Kaulisch, Jürgen Enders

Studying academic careers can be particularly useful for discussions about new forms of professional careers. This conceptual paper seeks to shed light on academic careers by…

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Connecting career management to repatriation adjustment

Susan MacDonald, Nancy Arthur

The purpose of this paper is to provide an examination of Black et al.’s theoretical framework of repatriation adjustment as it relates to career planning for employees with…

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Cover of Career Development International

ISSN:

1362-0436

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Merged from:

Executive Development

Editor:

  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison