Career Development International: Volume 20 Issue 7


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Do recovery experiences moderate the relationship between workload and work-family conflict?

Monica Molino, Claudio G. Cortese, Arnold B. Bakker, Chiara Ghislieri

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of four recovery experiences (psychological detachment from work, relaxation, mastery, and control) in preventing work-family…


Self-directed career attitude as predictor of career and life satisfaction in Chinese employees: Calling as mediator and job insecurity as moderator

Chunyu Zhang, Andreas Hirschi, Anne Herrmann, Jia Wei, Jinfu Zhang

The purpose of this paper is to test if the effects of a self-directed career attitude on career and life satisfaction are mediated by a person’s sense of calling and moderated by…


The impact on the psychological contract of differentiating employees into talent pools

Noko Seopa, Albert Wöcke, Camilla Leeds

This research stems from the need by organisations to retain their key talent in the context of the change in the psychological contract manifested from the emergence of…


Essential precursors and effects of employee creativity in a service context: Emotional labor strategies and official job performance

Inyong Shin, Won-Moo Hur, Hongseok Oh

The purpose of this paper is to examine how the emotional labor strategies of service employees differently influence the level of their creativity, and whether creative employees…


Are you a protean talent? The influence of protean career attitude, learning-goal orientation and perceived internal and external employability

Yi-chun Lin

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationship between protean career attitude and perceived internal and external employability, along with the mediating effect of…

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