Career Development International: Volume 7 Issue 7


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Analysing the career concerns of spiritually oriented people: lessons for contemporary organizations

Marjolein Lips‐Wiersma

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to our understanding of the meaning of work. The study is concerned with eliciting work meanings of spiritually oriented individuals…


Nonsalaried US employees’ careers: an exploratory study

Kimberly S. McDonald, Linda M. Hite, Brad Gilbreath

This qualitative exploratory study investigated the career development experiences, concerns, and interests of hourly employees. The study, conducted in the USA, focused on…


Line manager involvement in careers

Douglas Renwick, Christina M. MacNeil

Within the general human resource management (HRM) literature, the devolution of HR tasks to line managers is often seen as a core element of an HR approach with a series of costs…


The challenge of cross‐cultural leadership interaction: Finnish expatriates in Indonesia

Vesa Suutari, Kusdi Raharjo, Timo Riikkilä

International assignments are becoming more and more typical parts of a managerial career. As an outcome, cross‐cultural leadership competencies are required within international…


Counselling remaining employees in redundancy situations

Gerald Vinten, David A. Lane

Redundancy is a risk to all employees, and needs careful handling and counselling. Less recognised are the needs of those left behind. On the analogy of major disasters, they too…

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