Career Development International: Volume 14 Issue 2


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Can a four‐dimensional model of occupational commitment help to explain intent to leave one's occupation?

Gary Blau

The purpose of this paper is to test whether a four‐dimensional model of occupational commitment could help to help explain intent to leave one's occupation.


The impact of technological mobility on workers' careers

Sumati Srinivas

The aim of this article is to define a new kind of labor mobility called technological mobility, defined here as the different levels of technological change experienced by…


International careers of Indian workers in Tokyo: Examination and future directions

Bernat Agullo, Midori Egawa

The purpose of this paper is to show the need for new conceptualizations to explain international career behaviors emerging from increasing international migration flows.


Differential effects of competency due to BPO and KPO industry differences in ITES sector in Sri Lanka

Vathsala Wickramasinghe, Saman Kumara

The purpose of this paper is to identify competency requirements that discriminate between Knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) and IT‐enabled business process outsourcing…


Protean organizations: Reshaping work and careers to retain female talent

Elizabeth F. Cabrera

This paper aims to understand women's careers better in order to help organizations make changes to increase female retention. Two specific questions are addressed: Are women…

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