Career Development International: Volume 23 Issue 4


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Mentoring and gender: perception is not reality

Elizabeth Torney Welsh, Erica W. Diehn

The purpose of this paper is to explore whether the disconnect between mentoring theory, which posits that women receive less workplace mentoring than men, and empirical results…

Socialization tactics and youth worker adjustment: the mediating roles of fit perceptions

Seok-young Oh

The purpose of this paper is to identify how three types of socialization tactics – content, context and social tactics – influence fit perceptions, and then how three types of…

Facilitating interns’ performance: The role of job resources, basic need satisfaction and work engagement

Jessica van Wingerden, Daantje Derks, Arnold B. Bakker

The purpose of this paper is to report a study in which central propositions from the job demands-resources (JD-R) theory and self-determination theory (SDT) are used to examine…


The paradox of being on the glass cliff: why do women accept risky leadership positions?

Maral Darouei, Helen Pluut

Recent evidence from glass cliff research suggests that women are more willing than men to accept risky leadership positions. The purpose of this paper (based on three studies) is…


The model of relationships between pay for individual performance and work engagement

Konrad Kulikowski

Research on the relationship between pay for individual performance (PFIP) and work engagement (WE) is limited. The purpose of this paper is to present a model outlining a…


Do instrumental and symbolic factors interact in influencing employer attractiveness and job pursuit intention?

Shweta Kumari, Gordhan K. Saini

The changing demographics of talent market calls for a better understanding of the expectations of diverse job seekers. However, there is limited research on employer…

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