Career Development International: Volume 13 Issue 5


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Do social capital and project type vary across career paths in project‐based work?: The case of Hollywood personal assistants

Paul F. Skilton, Jesus Bravo

The purpose of this paper is to explore the extent to which project preferences and social capital constrain mobility in project‐based careers.

Intraorganizational career advancement and voluntary turnover in a multinational bank in Taiwan

Wei Zhao, Xueguang Zhou

This study aims to investigate how various aspects of intraorganizational career advancement – current career attainments, recent pace of upward mobility, and future prospect of…


Individual differences in outplacement success

Harry J. Martin, Dennis F. Lekan

Although outplacement consulting and career transition services have become a standard management practice and are almost universally provided when terminating executives, these…


Subjective wellbeing, work‐school conflict and proactive coping among Nigerian non‐traditional students

D.O. Adebayo, A.M. Sunmola, I.B. Udegbe

The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of participating in two domains, work and school, on the subjective wellbeing (SWB) and work‐school conflict (WSC), as well as…


Repatriation readjustment of international managers: An empirical analysis of HRD interventions

A Ahad M. Osman‐Gani, Akmal S. Hyder

With increasing interest in overseas business expansion, particularly in the Asia‐Pacific region, expatriate management, including repatriation readjustmenst, has become a…

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