Career Development International: Volume 25 Issue 7


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International rotational assignments: women's challenge to occupational gender segregation

Susan Shortland

The purpose of this exploratory research is to understand how women have accessed male-dominated oil and gas international rotational assignments and why they believe these roles…

Antecedents of career self-management: home country and international careers in Kuwait

Ikhlas Abdalla, Awad Al-Zufairi

The purpose of this paper is to examine how leadership aspiration mediates the effect of career self-efficacy on employees' engagement in career self-management (CSM; i.e…

Self-regulation failure as a moderator of the pops–work outcomes relationships

Joshua C. Palmer, Wayne A. Hochwarter, Shuang (Sara) Ma, Gerald R. Ferris, Christian Kiewitz

Drawing upon cognitive control theory, we examine the effects of self-regulation failure (SRF) on the relationships between perceptions of organizational politics (POPs) and…

Exploring flexible home arrangements – an interview study of workers who live in vans

Angus J. Duff, Scott B. Rankin

The purpose of this study is to understand the lived experience of workers who live in vans to explore how work and non-work interact when one's living environment is mobile.

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