Career Development International: Volume 18 Issue 7


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Career commitment, proactive personality, and work outcomes: a cross-lagged study

Christian Vandenberghe, Afife Basak Ok

The aim of this paper is to examine the relationships of career commitment to turnover intention, internal networking, job embeddedness, and turnover, and whether proactive…


Professional development, target-specific satisfaction, and older nurse retention

Marjorie Armstrong-Stassen, Karen Stassen

Drawing from attitude-behavioral intentions correspondence and target similarity, the aim of this paper is to examine the role of target-specific satisfaction facets in the…


Goal orientation, academic competences and early career success

Dirk van Dierendonck, Eline van der Gaast

This paper aims to focus on early career success as determined by a combination of what young professionals learned at school (in terms of their grades and academic competences…


An examination of feedback-seeking behaviors, the feedback source and career success

Robin Cheramie

– The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether individuals seeking feedback from either a supervisor or co-worker relate to intrinsic and extrinsic career success.


Examining how preferences for employer branding attributes differ from entry to exit and how they relate to commitment, satisfaction, and retention

Jack K. Ito, Céleste M. Brotheridge, Kathie McFarland

The aim of this paper is to address three broad questions: Are preferences for branding attributes similar for entry and for retention? Are there generational and career stage…

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