Career Development International: Volume 13 Issue 3


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Towards a model of work engagement

Arnold B. Bakker, Evangelia Demerouti

This paper aims to provide an overview of the recently introduced concept of work engagement.


The roles of self‐disclosure, modesty, and self‐monitoring in the mentoring relationship: A longitudinal multi‐source investigation

Gerhard Blickle, Paula B. Schneider, Pamela L. Perrewé, Fred R. Blass, Gerald R. Ferris

The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of protégé self‐presentation by self‐disclosure, modesty, and self‐monitoring in mentoring.


Key criteria in twenty‐first century management promotional decisions

Clinton O. Longenecker, Laurence S. Fink

This paper aims to determine the key criteria used by managers in rapidly changing organizations to make promotion decisions.


The role of career history in gender based biases in job selection decisions

Shlomo Hareli, Motti Klang, Ursula Hess

The purpose of the present research is to test the hypothesis that hiring decisions are influenced by the perceived femininity and masculinity of candidates as inferred from their…


Are humans resources?

Kerr Inkson

This paper aims to offer a critique, from a career studies perspective, of the common term “human resource management.”

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