Career Development International: Volume 12 Issue 3

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Table of contents

Opting out and opting in: understanding the complexities of women's career transitions

Elizabeth F. Cabrera

This study aims to explore the reasons why women are leaving the workplace. Are they opting out of the workforce to stay at home with their children as current media reports…

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The changing nature of gender roles, alpha/beta careers and work‐life issues: Theory‐driven implications for human resource management

Sherry E. Sullivan, Lisa A. Mainiero

The major purpose of this paper is to examine how gender differences impact the enactment of careers. An additional goal is to examine whether, as suggested by recent…

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The repatriation process – a realistic approach

Akmal S. Hyder, Mikael Lövblad

This paper aims to present how a realistic view of the situation for the repatriate can help companies increase the retention rate among this important group of employees. A…

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Career orientations of business master's students as compared to social work students: Further inquiry into the value of graduate education

F. Robert Buchanan, Kong‐Hee Kim, Randall Basham

The purpose of this study is to explore career orientations of business master's degree seekers in comparison with social work degree pursuers in an effort to provide insight for…

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Security in an insecure world: An examination of individualism‐collectivism and psychological sense of community at work

Mary Sue Love

An exploratory empirical examination was conducted to determine if collectivists experienced a higher psychological sense of community at work than individualists.

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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