Career Development International: Volume 18 Issue 5


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A cross-cultural examination of presenteeism and supervisory support

Luo Lu, Cary L. Cooper, Hui Yen Lin

The aim of this study was two-fold: first, to examine the noxious effects of presenteeism on employees' work well-being in a cross-cultural context involving Chinese and British…


Too much or too little? A study of the impact of career complexity on executive adaptability

Guorong Zhu, Steve B. Wolff, Douglas T. (Tim) Hall, Mireia Las Heras, Betzaluz Gutierrez, Kathy Kram

In today's turbulent business environment leaders must be able to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances. For this research the authors aim to focus on the issue of adaptability…


Coping with job insecurity: Exploring effects on perceived health and organizational attitudes

Anne Richter, Katharina Näswall, Nele De Cuyper, Magnus Sverke, Hans De Witte, Johnny Hellgren

The purpose of the present paper is to investigate how employees' coping (problem, emotion and avoidance focused coping) may affect the reactions to job insecurity. Because the…


Turning the tables: Mitigating effects of proactive personality on the relationships between work-to-family conflict and work- and nonwork-related outcomes

Victor P. Lau, Yin Yee Wong, Cheris W.C. Chow

Drawing on proactive coping theory, the authors aimed to test the mitigating effects of proactive personality on the relationships between work-to-family conflict and both…


Cohesion and satisfaction as mediators of the team trust – team effectiveness relationship: An interdependence theory perspective

Philip S. DeOrtentiis, James K. Summers, Anthony P. Ammeter, Ceasar Douglas, Gerald R. Ferris

With extant research on the relationship between trust and effectiveness being inconclusive, the present study attempts to create a foundational investigation that examines the…

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