Career Development International: Volume 14 Issue 6


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Does meaning‐making help during organizational change?: Development and validation of a new scale

Machteld van den Heuvel, Evangelia Demerouti, Bert H.J. Schreurs, Arnold B. Bakker, Wilmar B. Schaufeli

The purpose of this paper is first, to test the validity of a new scale measuring the construct of meaning‐making, defined as the ability to integrate challenging or ambiguous…


Career development, collective efficacy, and individual task performance

Janet B. Kellett, Ronald H. Humphrey, Randall G. Sleeth

The purpose of this paper is to test the hypothesis that perceived collective efficacy would mediate the effects of self‐efficacy on individual task performance.


Reinventing the MBA as a rite of passage for a boundaryless era

Elisabeth Kelan, Rachel Dunkley Jones

This paper aims to explore whether the rite of passage is still a useful model with which to conceptualise the MBA in the era of the boundaryless career.


Generation Y and career choice: The impact of retail career perceptions, expectations and entitlement perceptions

Jessica L. Hurst, Linda K. Good

The transition from higher education to employment is a major life change for many college seniors (currently, the Generation Y cohort). The purpose of this paper is to enhance…


Explaining employees' evaluations of organizational change with the job‐demands resources model

I.J. Hetty van Emmerik, Arnold B. Bakker, Martin C. Euwema

Departing from the Job Demands‐Resources (JD‐R) model, the paper examined the relationship between job demands and resources on the one hand, and employees' evaluations of…

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