Career Development International: Volume 15 Issue 1


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Organizational culture as a predictor of job satisfaction: the role of gender and age

Victoria Bellou

This paper seeks to examine how values comprising organizational culture impact on employees' job satisfaction, taking also into account their gender and age.


Expatriate assignments vs localization of management in China: Staffing choices of Australian and German companies

Torsten Kühlmann, Kate Hutchings

The purpose of this paper is to explore the specific difficulties that senior managers face when employing expatriate, Chinese and local‐hired foreign managers in China‐based…


Influences on perceived career success: findings from US graduate business degree alumni

Faye K. Cocchiara, Eileen Kwesiga, Myrtle P. Bell, Yehuda Baruch

The purpose of this paper is to examine the perceptions of US MBA and specialist master's degree alumni to determine the influence that their degree program experiences had on…


Proactivity, job characteristics, and engagement: a longitudinal study

Josje S.E. Dikkers, Paul G.W. Jansen, Annet H. de Lange, Claartje J. Vinkenburg, Dorien Kooij

This paper sets out to examine proactive personality in relation to job demands, job resources and engagement.


Leadership attributes valence in self‐concept and occupational self‐efficacy

Birgit Schyns, Sabine Sczesny

The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between leadership‐relevant attributes and occupational self‐efficacy in management students. It is assumed that…

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