Career Development International: Volume 29 Issue 1

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What does expatriate success mean? Developing a comprehensive definition through a systematic literature review

Nour R. El Amine, Rosalía Cascón-Pereira

Despite being one of the most used dependent variables in expatriate management research, no clear-cut understanding exists of what expatriate success means. Thus, this study aims…

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Are we talking about the same thing? The case for stronger connections between graduate and worker employability research

Jos Akkermans, William E. Donald, Denise Jackson, Anneleen Forrier

This article presents the case for creating stronger connections between research on graduate and worker employability. We offer a narrative review of commonalities and…

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Pressure from social media: influence of social media usage on career exploration

Maoyu Zhang, Shiyu Zhou, Yan Wu, Shengming Liu

Despite the dramatic increase in people's use of social media, relatively few studies have examined its effect on careers. Drawing upon social comparison theory and…

Why employees engage in proactive career behavior: examining the role of family motivation

Yating Wang, Qinghui Hou, Zewei Xue, Huan Li

This study established and examined a moderated mediation model connecting family motivation with proactive career behavior (PCB). Drawing on social cognitive career theory model…

Job resourcefulness, job crafting and task performance in a post-COVID-19 context: a diary study on tour and travel frontline employees

Ume Rubaca, Majid Khan

The study aims to examine whether job resourcefulness affects task performance through job crafting at the within-person level.

Proactive personality and turnover intentions of nurses: the roles of professional recognition and their supervisor’s proactive personality

Mijeong Kim, Jinuk Oh

Given that the relationship between proactive personality and turnover intention is not straightforward in the literature, the authors address two research questions focusing on…

How do German and French expatriates develop social networks?

Matthias Walther, Ulrike Mayrhofer, Noémie Dominguez

This exploratory research aims to identify the types of social networks established by German and French expatriates.

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