Career Development International: Volume 28 Issue 1


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Toward a sustainable career perspective on contingent work: a critical review and a research agenda

Jana Retkowsky, Sanne Nijs, Jos Akkermans, Paul Jansen, Svetlana N. Khapova

The purpose of this paper is to provide a synthesis of the contingent work field and to advocate a sustainable career perspective on contingent work.


Career implications of career shocks through the lens of gender: the role of the academic career script

Daphne Lisanne Van Helden, Laura Den Dulk, Bram Steijn, Meike Willemijn Vernooij

The purpose of this explorative study is to investigate through the lens of gender the role of career shocks in career advancement experiences in academia. By taking a contextual…

Uncovering the antecedents and motivational determinants of job crafting

Huda Masood, Mark Podolsky, Marie-Helene Budworth, Stefan Karajovic

The purpose of this mixed-methods study is to examine the motivational determinants and contextual antecedents of individual job crafting behaviors.

From personal resources to proactive work strategies and performance: testing the antecedents and outcomes of strengths use in a three-wave study

Zselyke Pap, Luca Tisu, Delia Vîrgă

Based on the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) theory, this study aims to identify person-contingent antecedents and consequences of proactive strength-oriented behaviors at work…

A dual-pathway model for examining the effects of customer mistreatment on an employee's customer-directed counterproductive work behavior: can job autonomy make a difference?

Wenzhu Lu, Bo Sun, Shengxian Yu, Shanshi Liu

This research examined how customer mistreatment activates individual customer-directed counterproductive work behavior (CWBC) by investigating the mediating roles of negative…

“Locked at the job”: a qualitative study on the process of this phenomenon

Merel T. Feenstra-Verschure, Dorien Kooij, Charissa Freese, Mandy Van der Velde, Evgenia I. Lysova

Many employees experience a “locked at the job” situation and are not satisfied with their current job and at the same time, perceive limited job opportunities. This study…


Is intuition better than rationality? The effect of pre-decisional strategy on occupational interest forecasting in Chinese college students

Di Lu, Run Kai Jiao, Fei-Fei Li, Hang Yin, Xiaoqing Lin

Previous studies showed that the unconscious-intuitive strategy resulted in a better choice for it is more predictive of actual interest. This benefit may be influenced by…

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