Career Development International: Volume 15 Issue 3


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Migration and career success: testing a time‐sequenced model

Nithya Tharmaseelan, Kerr Inkson, Stuart C. Carr

The paper seeks to determine whether different aspects of migrant pre‐migration characteristics (human capital and motivation to migrate) and post‐migration behaviour (social…


Diversity climate impact on employee of color outcomes: does justice matter?

E. Holly Buttner, Kevin B. Lowe, Lenora Billings‐Harris

The purposes of this paper are three‐fold: first, to examine the effect of diversity climate on professional employee of color outcomes, organizational commitment and turnover…


Enhancing the ties that bind: mentoring as a moderator

David. D. Dawley, Martha C. Andrews, Neil S. Bucklew

The purpose of this paper is to examine the moderating role of mentoring on the relationships between perceived organizational support, supervisor support, and job fit on turnover…


Flexible working times: effects on employees' exhaustion, work‐nonwork conflict and job performance

Ralph Kattenbach, Evangelia Demerouti, Friedhelm Nachreiner

The aim of this study is to provide a useful conceptualization of flexible working times and to examine the relationships between flexible working times and employees' well‐being…


The impact of cross‐cultural training for expatriates in a Chinese firm

Chenyi Qin, Yehuda Baruch

The purpose of this paper is to explore the significance of cross‐cultural training and career attitudes for expatriation career move in the context of China, whether…

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