Career Development International: Volume 17 Issue 3


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Work engagement as mediator between job characteristics and positive and negative extra‐role behaviors

Coralia Sulea, Delia Virga, Laurentiu P. Maricutoiu, Wilmar Schaufeli, Catalina Zaborila Dumitru, Florin A. Sava

This study is based on the JD‐R model and aims at understanding the role of work engagement (WE) as a mediator between job resources (i.e. perceived organizational support) and…


Linking LMX, innovative work behaviour and turnover intentions: The mediating role of work engagement

Upasna A. Agarwal, Sumita Datta, Stacy Blake‐Beard, Shivganesh Bhargava

This study aims to examine the relationships among leader‐member exchange (LMX), innovative work behaviour (IWB), and intention to quit. The mediating role of work engagement is…


Upward mobility: A typology of tactics and strategies for career advancement

Robert L. Laud, Matthew Johnson

The purpose of this investigation is to identify and examine the tactics and upward mobility strategies utilized by individuals who advanced into leadership positions.


Personality and organisational commitment: The mediating role of job satisfaction during socialisation

Paola Spagnoli, Antonio Caetano

This study aims to test the mediating role of work satisfaction aspects, such as satisfaction with the work itself and satisfaction with human resource practices, in the…


Career satisfaction: The influences of proactive personality, performance goal orientation, organizational learning culture, and leader‐member exchange quality

Baek‐Kyoo (Brian) Joo, Kathryn J. Ready

The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of personal characteristics (proactive personality and performance goal orientation) and contextual characteristics…

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