Career Development International: Volume 17 Issue 7

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Motivations and benefits for attaining HR certifications

Scott W. Lester, Dale J. Dwyer

The aim of this paper is to examine the motivations and benefits for pursuing or not pursuing the PHR and SPHR.

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The portability of career‐long work experience: Propensity to trust as a substitute for valuable work experience

Douglas M. Mahony, Malayka Klimchak, Daniel L. Morrell

The aims of this paper are to expand understanding on the portability of work experience and to understand how an employee's level of propensity to trust interplays with perceived…

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Testing the impact of emotional labor on work exhaustion for three distinct emergency medical service (EMS) samples

Gary Blau, Melissa A. Bentley, Jennifer Eggerichs‐Purcell

This paper's aim is to study a neglected relationship: testing the impact of emotional labor on the work exhaustion for samples of emergency medical service (EMS) professionals.

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The perceived value of networking through an EMBA: a study of Taiwanese women

Aurora Chen, Noeleen Doherty, Susan Vinnicombe

This paper seeks to explore the perceived value of an executive MBA (EMBA) to the development of knowing‐who competency for Taiwanese women managers.

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Transformational leadership, work engagement, and occupational success

Sylvie Vincent‐Höper, Clara Muser, Monique Janneck

The aim of the present study is to give insights into the interplay between leadership, well‐being and occupational success by examining the indirect effect of transformational…

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Cognitive and affective processes underlying career change

Naser Muja, Steven H. Appelbaum

Aligning social identity and career identity has become increasingly complex due to growth in the pursuit of meaningful careers that offer very long‐term personal satisfaction and…

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Cover of Career Development International

ISSN:

1362-0436

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Merged from:

Executive Development

Editor:

  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison