Career Development International: Volume 7 Issue 6


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The relationship between employee initiatives and occupational expertise throughout the career in small‐ and medium‐sized enterprises in The Netherlands

Beatrice I.J.M. van der Heijden

The present study describes the relationship between three individual predictor variables and the degree of occupational expertise of middle and higher‐level employees in three…


The career choice of business graduates: SMEs or MNCs?

Jane W. Moy, Sze M. Lee

To promote SME growth, it is essential to attract young, educated minds to work for them. Recent graduates often view employment in small‐ and medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs) as a…


Career management issues of female business expatriates

Jan Selmer, Alicia S.M. Leung

Few studies have delved into career management issues of women on foreign assignments, especially compared to male expatriates. Therefore, a large‐scale mail survey was directed…


Understanding willingness to accept domestic relocation: the example of French managers

Karim Mignonac

This article explores managers’ willingness to accept domestic geographical mobility within the company for which they are currently working. We examine the influence of managers’…


Fostering a career development culture: reflections on the roles of managers, employees and supervisors

Stuart Conger

The culture of an organization can be positive and supportive, or threatening and destructive. A career development culture helps address productivity, competitiveness…

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