Career Development International: Volume 14 Issue 7


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Intention to leave nursing: The importance of interpersonal work context, work‐home interference, and job satisfaction beyond the effect of occupational commitment

Beatrice I.J.M. van der Heijden, Karen van Dam, Hans Martin Hasselhorn

The purpose of this paper is to examine potential predictors of nurses' intention to leave the nursing profession. Specifically, this study investigates whether perceptions of the…


An integrative empirical approach to the predictors of self‐directed career management

Yongho Park

The purpose of this paper is to empirically investigate the effects of subjective career success, organizational learning climate, and the calling work orientation on the protean…


Career commitment and career success: moderating role of self‐efficacy

Hassan I. Ballout

The purpose of this paper is to expand the literature on career success by examining the moderating role of self‐efficacy on the relationship between career commitment and career…


Fresh and healthy?: Well‐being, health and performance of young employees with intermediate education

Jos Akkermans, Veerle Brenninkmeijer, Roland W.B. Blonk, Lando L.J. Koppes

The purpose of this paper is to gain more insight into the well‐being, health and performance of young intermediate educated employees. First, employees with low education (9…


Work‐family culture, work‐family interference and well‐being at work: Is it possible to distinguish between a positive and a negative process?

Maria Peeters, Cobi Wattez, Evangelia Demerouti, Wietske de Regt

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether work‐family (WF) interference functions as an explaining mechanism in the link between work‐family culture and well‐being, hereby…

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