Career Development International: Volume 22 Issue 3


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Subordinates’ helping, voice, and supervisors’ evaluation of job performance: The moderating effects of supervisor-attributed motives

Byoung Kwon Choi, Hyoung Koo Moon

It is recognized that employees’ helping and voice behaviors are dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior used by supervisors to evaluate their job performance. However…


Work values underlying protean and boundaryless career orientations

Marc Abessolo, Andreas Hirschi, Jérôme Rossier

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relation among work values and protean and boundaryless career orientations.


Perceived employability in university students: developing an integrated model

Paula Álvarez-González, María Jesús López-Miguens, Gloria Caballero

The purpose of this paper is to develop an integrated model on perceived employability in university students, based on personal and contextual factors.


Directing our own careers, but getting help from empowering leaders

Minseo Kim, Terry A. Beehr

The purpose of this paper is to examine the potential effects of empowering leadership on followers’ subjective career success through psychological empowerment, protean career…


Keep the expert! Occupational expertise, perceived employability and job search: A study across age groups

Ans De Vos, Anneleen Forrier, Beatrice Van der Heijden, Nele De Cuyper

In the current war for talent employers are concerned about the idea that the best employees are more likely to leave the organization for another employer (i.e. the management…

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