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dr. R.S.M. (Renee) de Reuver

AD extended master HR Studies 

TS Social and Behavioral Sciences
Department of Human Resource Studies


Renee de Reuver earned in 2003 her Ph.D. degree from Tilburg University (dissertation: Manager and Conflict: the construction and evaluation of the test for handling common organizational conflicts). Her research interests include the relastionship between strategic human resourse practices and employee wellbeing and performance and stress at work. Furthermore, she has a strong interest in individual assessment and test construction.  She publishes in journals like European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Business and Psychology, Journal of Managerial Psychology.


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Principal publications

  • Biron, M., & Reuver, R.S.M. de (2013). Restoring balance: The influence of status inconsistency on absenteeism and the moderating role of HR practices. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 22(6), 683-696.
  • Reuver, R.S.M. de, & Woerkom, M. van (2010). Can conflict be an antidote to subordinate absenteeism? Journal of Managerial Psychology, 25, 479-493.
  • Rupert, J., Jehn, K.A., Engen, M.L. van, & Reuver, R.S.M. de (2010). Commitment of cultural minorities in organizations: Effects of leadership and pressure to conform. Journal of Business and Psychology, 25(1), 25-37.
  • Sanders, K., Dorenbosch, L.W., & De Reuver, R.S.M. (2008). The impact of individual and shared employee perceptions of HRM on affective commitment: Considering climate strength. Personnel Review, 37(4), 412-425.  Highly Commended Award at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2009.
  • De Reuver, R.S.M. (2006). The influence of organizational power on conflict dynamics. Personnel Review, 35(5), 589-603.

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Last amended: 26 May 2018