Tilburg University department Human Resource Studies

Publications Department of Human Resource Studies

This is an overview of the 20 most recent publications of the Department of Human Resource Studies.

  1. Lean management and employee well-being: reconciling conflicting findings and ensuring successful implementation. (2022)

    Kilroy, S., & Flood, P. (Accepted/In press). Lean management and employee well-being: reconciling conflicting findings and ensuring successful implementation. . In P. Brough, K. Daniels, & E. Gardiner (Eds.), Handbook on management and employment practices (1st ed.). Springer.
  2. The impact of critical Incidents and workload on functioning in the private life of police officers - Does weakened mental health act as a mediator? (2021)

    Bakker, A. H. M., van Veldhoven, M., Gaillard, A. W. K., & Feenstra, M. (2021). The impact of critical Incidents and workload on functioning in the private life of police officers: Does weakened mental health act as a mediator? Policing: Journal of Policy and Practice.
  3. Relational climates moderate the effect of openness to experience on knowledge hiding - A two-country multi-level study (2021)

    Banagou, M., Batistič, S., Do, H., & Poell, R. F. (Accepted/In press). Relational climates moderate the effect of openness to experience on knowledge hiding: A two-country multi-level study. Journal of Knowledge Management.
  4. Debate: Towards a more comprehensive understanding of ritualized bureaucracy in digitalized public organizations (2021)

    Bauwens, R., & Meyfroodt, K. (2021). Debate: Towards a more comprehensive understanding of ritualized bureaucracy in digitalized public organizations. Public Money and Management, 41(4), 281-282.
  5. New kids on the block? - A bibliometric analysis of emerging COVID-19 -trends in leadership research (2021)

    Bauwens, R., Batistič, S., Kilroy, S., & Nijs, S. (2021). New kids on the block? A bibliometric analysis of emerging COVID-19 -trends in leadership research. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
  6. Prestatiemanagement in het Hoger Onderwijs - Naar meer aandacht voor leiderschap, welzijn en jongere medewerkers (2021)

    Bauwens, R. (Accepted/In press). Prestatiemanagement in het Hoger Onderwijs: Naar meer aandacht voor leiderschap, welzijn en jongere medewerkers. Tijdschrift voor HRM.
  7. The turn to employees in the measurement of human resource practices - A critical review and proposed way forward (2021)

    Beijer, S., Peccei, R., Van Veldhoven, M., & Paauwe, J. (2021). The turn to employees in the measurement of human resource practices: A critical review and proposed way forward. Human Resource Management Journal, 31(1), 1-17.
  8. Offering jobs to persons with disabilities - A Dutch employers’ perspective (2021)

    Borghouts-van de Pas, I., & Freese, C. (2021). Offering jobs to persons with disabilities: A Dutch employers’ perspective. Alter, European Journal of Disability Research, 15(1), 89-98.
  9. Unemployment prevention - The role of Human Resource Management in job-to-job transitions in the event of redundancy (2021)

    Borghouts-van de Pas, I., Bosmans, M. W. G., & Freese, C. (2021). Unemployment prevention: The role of Human Resource Management in job-to-job transitions in the event of redundancy. European Journal of Social Security.
  10. Examining the role of transformational leadership and mission valence on burnout among hospital staff (2021)

    Bosak, J., Kilroy, S., Chênevert, D., & Flood, P. (Accepted/In press). Examining the role of transformational leadership and mission valence on burnout among hospital staff. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance.
  11. Reaching the heart or the mind? - Test of two theory-based training programs to improve interactions between age-diverse coworkers (2021)

    Burmeister, A., Gerpott, F. H., Hirschi, A., Scheibe, S., Pak, K., & Kooij, T. A. M. (Accepted/In press). Reaching the heart or the mind? Test of two theory-based training programs to improve interactions between age-diverse coworkers. Academy of Management Learning & Education.
  12. Employees’ perceptions of non-monetary recognition practice and turnover - Does recognition source alignment and contrast matter? (2021)

    Chênevert, D., Hill, K., & Kilroy, S. (Accepted/In press). Employees’ perceptions of non-monetary recognition practice and turnover: Does recognition source alignment and contrast matter? Human Resource Management Journal.
  13. Exploring trade-offs between lean management & six sigma and employee well-being in health care - The role of human resource management (2021)

    De Koeijer, R., Paauwe, J., Huijsman, R., & Strating, M. (Accepted/In press). Exploring trade-offs between lean management & six sigma and employee well-being in health care: The role of human resource management. Human Resource Management Journal.
  14. When do bundles of high performance work systems reduce employee absenteeism? - The moderating role of workload (2021)

    de Reuver, R., van de Voorde, K., & Kilroy, S. (2021). When do bundles of high performance work systems reduce employee absenteeism? The moderating role of workload. International Journal of Human Resource Management.
  15. The significance of an autonomy-supportive socio-cultural context for women entrepreneurs in Ethiopia (2021)

    Hailemariam, A. T., & Kroon, B. (Accepted/In press). The significance of an autonomy-supportive socio-cultural context for women entrepreneurs in Ethiopia. In Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research
  16. Women in Ethiopia - Creating value through entrepreneurship (2021)

    Hailemariam, A. T., Hailu Gudeta, K., Kroon, B., & van Engen, M. (Accepted/In press). Women in Ethiopia: Creating value through entrepreneurship. In Research handbook of women’s entrepreneurs value creation Edward Elgar.
  17. Exploring the relationship between character strengths and meditation - A cross-sectional study among long-term practitioners of Sahaja Yoga meditation (2021)

    Hendriks, T., Pritikin, J., Choudhary, R., & Danyluck, C. (2021). Exploring the relationship between character strengths and meditation: A cross-sectional study among long-term practitioners of Sahaja Yoga meditation. International Journal of Applied Positive Psychology.
  18. Employers’ attitude, intention, skills and barriers in relation to employment of vulnerable workers (2021)

    Hulsegge, G., van der Ven, H., Otten, W., & Blonk, R. W. B. (Accepted/In press). Employers’ attitude, intention, skills and barriers in relation to employment of vulnerable workers. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation.
  19. Six key advantages and disadvantages of working from home in Europe during COVID-19 (2021)

    Ipsen, C., van Veldhoven, M., Kirchner, K., & Hansen, J. P. (2021). Six key advantages and disadvantages of working from home in Europe during COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(4), [1826].
  20. Resilience among police officers - A critical systematic review of used concepts, measures, and predictive values of resilience (2021)

    Janssens, K. M. E., van der Velden, P. G., Taris, T. W., & van Veldhoven, M. (2021). Resilience among police officers: A critical systematic review of used concepts, measures, and predictive values of resilience. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 36(1), 24-40.