Career Development International: Volume 18 Issue 6


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Happily ever after?: Explaining turnover and retirement intentions of older workers in The Netherlands

Maria Münderlein, Jan F. Ybema, Ferry Koster

This paper aims to provide an empirical test of theories proposed in the literature stating that turnover and retirement (two kinds of work withdrawal) involve different employee…


Personality and political skill as distal and proximal predictors of leadership evaluations

William A. Gentry, Jean B. Leslie, David C. Gilmore, B. Parker Ellen III, Gerald R. Ferris, Darren C. Treadway

Although individual difference variables are important in the prediction of leadership effectiveness, comparatively little empirical research has examined distal and proximal…


A global evaluation of organizational fairness and its relationship to psychological contracts

Aaron Cohen

The aim of this paper is to examine whether the concepts of organizational politics, procedural justice, and psychological contract breach can serve as indicators of a global…

Understanding employees' informal workplace learning: The joint influence of career motivation and self-construal

Monique Bernadette van Rijn, Huadong Yang, Karin Sanders

This paper aims to investigate the joint influence of employees' career motivation and their self-construal on their engagement in three informal workplace learning activities…


Contemporary career concepts and their fit for the Arabian Gulf context: A sector level analysis of psychological contract breach

Ingo Forstenlechner, Yehuda Baruch

The contemporary nature of careers has changed significantly in Western societies, yet studies on the nature of this change in different cultures are sparse. The aim of this paper…

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