Career Development International

Category:

Human Resource Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 22 Issue 5

Statistical and measurement pitfalls in the use of meta-regression in meta-analysis

Frank L. Schmidt

Meta-regression is widely used and misused today in meta-analyses in psychology, organizational behavior, marketing, management, and other social sciences, as an approach…

The cognitive underpinnings of effective teamwork: a continuation

Jessica Mesmer-Magnus, Ashley A. Niler, Gabriel Plummer, Lindsay E. Larson, Leslie A. DeChurch

Team cognition is known to be an important predictor of team process and performance. DeChurch and Mesmer-Magnus (2010) reported the results of an extensive meta-analytic…

A meta-analytic investigation of cyberloafing

Brittany K. Mercado, Casey Giordano, Stephan Dilchert

Cyberloafing, using technology to idle instead of work, is a particularly concerning issue for many organizations due to its perceived widespread impact on productivity…

A metaBUS-enabled meta-analysis of career satisfaction

Colin I.S.G. Lee, Frank A. Bosco, Piers Steel, Krista L. Uggerslev

In this study, the authors revisit the meta-analytic correlates of career satisfaction and demonstrate the use of metaBUS – a database repository of meta-analytic effect…

Using personality facets to understand the nature of personality-satisfaction relationships

Benjamin K. Seltzer, Deniz S. Ones, Arkun Tatar

The relationships between the Big Five personality traits and life and job satisfaction have been examined extensively. Despite this attention, however, most existing…

A meta-analytic investigation of demographic differences in protean, boundaryless, and proactive career orientations

Jack W. Kostal, Brenton M. Wiernik

The protean and boundaryless career concepts have dominated recent career research. Demographic groups are posited to differ on these “new career orientations,” with…

ISSN:

1362-0436

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Merged from:

Executive Development

Editor:

  • Dr I.M. Jawahar