Career Development International: Volume 25 Issue 6

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Older employees' postretirement work planning: an application of the theory of planned behavior

Yisheng Peng, Hanyi Min

Based on the theory of planned behavior, this study aims to examine antecedents of older workers' intentions to engage in postretirement work (PRW) and actual planning for PRW.

My career development journey to an authentic work identity

Ruwayne Garth Kock

This paper describes the author's lived experiences as a marginalised professional. It offers a nuanced understanding of the author's career development journey to an authentic…

Career success in academia

Karma Sherif, Ning Nan, Jeff Brice

In this study, the authors explore the boundaryless careers of faculty and adopt the intelligent career framework to examine success factors for academic careers.

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The role of work authenticity in linking strengths use to career satisfaction and proactive behavior: a two-wave study

Makoto Matsuo

Although positive psychology asserts that authenticity comes from identifying and using our strengths, no quantitative research has been conducted to test that relationship. This…

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Job insecurity fluctuations and support towards Italian precarious schoolteachers

Marianna Giunchi, Pedro Marques-Quinteiro, Chiara Ghislieri, Anne-Marie Vonthron

The negative consequences of job insecurity on the well-being of individuals are well known. However, the perceptions of job insecurity over time and how some factors such as…

Healthcare professionals with calling are less likely to be burned out: the role of social worth and career stage

Bernadeta Goštautaitė, Ilona Bučiūnienė, Anna Dalla Rosa, Ryan Duffy, Haram Julia Kim

The association of calling with burnout is not well understood. This study investigates how calling influences burnout and what the roles of social worth and career stage are in…

The impact of high-performance human resource practices on the research performance and career success of academics in Saudi Arabia

Abdulrahman Alshaikhmubarak, Nuno Da Camara, Yehuda Baruch

This paper explores the impact of high-performance human resource practices (HPHRPs) on the research performance and career success of academics.

Cover of Career Development International

ISSN:

1362-0436

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Merged from:

Executive Development

Editor:

  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison