Career Development International: Volume 9 Issue 4


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For better and for worse: Adverse working conditions and the beneficial effects of mentoring

Hetty van Emmerik

This study examined the direct and buffering effects of mentoring on the relationship between adverse working conditions and positive (i.e. intrinsic job satisfaction and career…


Career commitment and career success: moderating role of emotion perception

June M.L. Poon

This study examined the moderating effect of emotion perception – a basic component of emotional intelligence – on the relationship between career commitment and career success…


Career development for going beyond the call of duty: is it perceived as fair?

Adelle J. Bish, Lisa M. Bradley, Leisa D. Sargent

The present study examined the effects of rewarding contextual performance with career development activities on perceptions of justice. Participants (264) read vignettes which…


The effects of internal career orientations on organizational citizenship behavior in Thailand

Dhitiporn Chompookum, C. Brooklyn Derr

When the labor market becomes tighter and the economy is uncertain, companies often respond by downsizing and by asking those employees who remain to be more productive and…


A study of career needs, career development programs, job satisfaction and the turnover intentions of R&D personnel

Tser‐Yieth Chen, Pao‐Long Chang, Ching‐Wen Yeh

This study set to explore the career needs and proposes the concept of the gap between career development programs and career needs, and its subsequent effect on job satisfaction…

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  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison