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. Do HR systems and relational climates affect knowledge hiding? - An experiment and two-source multi-level study (2022)

    Batistič, S., & Poell, R. F. (2022). Do HR systems and relational climates affect knowledge hiding? An experiment and two-source multi-level study. JBR: Journal of Business Research, 147, 82-96.
  2. Emergence and persistence of work relationships in early socialization - Contrasting interpersonal and organizational perspectives (2022)

    Batistič, S., & Kaše, R. (Accepted/In press). Emergence and persistence of work relationships in early socialization: Contrasting interpersonal and organizational perspectives. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
  3. HR systems and leadership attachment affecting idea generation and implementation - An experiment and two-source multi-level study (2022)

    Batistič, S., Kenda, R., Premru, M., & Cerne, M. (2022). HR systems and leadership attachment affecting idea generation and implementation: An experiment and two-source multi-level study. European Management Journal.
  4. New kids on the block? - A bibliometric analysis of emerging COVID-19 -trends in leadership research (2022)

    Bauwens, R., Batistič, S., Kilroy, S., & Nijs, S. (2022). New kids on the block? A bibliometric analysis of emerging COVID-19 -trends in leadership research. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 29(2), 224-232. [1548051821997406].
  5. Wie bekommert zich om het digitale welzijn van de kinderbegeleiders? (2022)

    Bauwens, R. (Accepted/In press). Wie bekommert zich om het digitale welzijn van de kinderbegeleiders? Vakblad Kinderopvang en Onderwijs.
  6. Transfer of self-leadership skills within the Dutch police - A three-wave study (2022)

    Botke, J. A., Tims, M., Khapova, S. N., & Jansen, P. G. W. (2022). Transfer of self-leadership skills within the Dutch police: A three-wave study. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.
  7. Employees’ perceptions of non-monetary recognition practice and turnover - Does recognition source alignment and contrast matter? (2022)

    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.
  8. Exploring trade-offs between lean management & six sigma and employee well-being in health care - The role of human resource management (2022)

    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.
  9. Leader psychological need satisfaction trickles down - The Role of Leader-Member Exchange (2022)

    Decuypere, A., Bauwens, R., & Audenaert, M. (2022). Leader psychological need satisfaction trickles down: The Role of Leader-Member Exchange. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, [799921].
  10. Unpacking psychological inequalities in organisations - Psychological capital reconsidered (2022)

    Doci, E., Knappert, L., Nijs, S., & Hofmans, J. (2022). Unpacking psychological inequalities in organisations: Psychological capital reconsidered. Applied Psychology: An International Review.
  11. Een goede overeenkomst is het halve werk - Naar een duurzame werk- en inzetbaarheidsovereenkomst met behulp van het Capability Model (2022)

    Dollevoet, G., van der Klink, J., & Kooij, D. (2022). Een goede overeenkomst is het halve werk: Naar een duurzame werk- en inzetbaarheidsovereenkomst met behulp van het Capability Model. Tijdschrift voor HRM, 2022(1), 1-6.
  12. Developing digital transformation capability - The role of managerial ambidextrous learning (2022)

    Dragičević, N., Lamovšek, A., & Batistič, S. (Accepted/In press). Developing digital transformation capability: The role of managerial ambidextrous learning. Dynamic Relationships Management Journal.
  13. Facilitating stress prevention in micro and small-sized enterprises - Protocol for a mixed method study to evaluate the effectiveness and implementation process of targeted web-based interventions (2022)

    Engels, M., Boß, L., Engels, J., Kuhlmann, R., Kuske, J., Lepper, S., Lesener, L., Pavlista, V., Diebig, M., Lunau, T., Ruhle, S. A., Zapkau, F. B., Angerer, P., Hoewner, J., Lehr, D., Schwens, C., Süß, S., Wulf, I. C., & Dragano, N. (2022). Facilitating stress prevention in micro and small-sized enterprises: Protocol for a mixed method study to evaluate the effectiveness and implementation process of targeted web-based interventions. BMC Public Health, 22(1), [591].
  14. Extroversion and conscientiousness predict deteriorating job outcomes during the COVID-19 transition to enforced remote work (2022)

    Evans, A. M., Meyers, M. C., van de Calseyde, P. P. F. M., & Stavrova, O. (2022). Extroversion and conscientiousness predict deteriorating job outcomes during the COVID-19 transition to enforced remote work. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 13(3), 781-791.
  15. Women in Ethiopia - Creating value through entrepreneurship (2022)

    Hailemariam, A. T., Hailu Gudeta, K., Kroon, B., & van Engen, M. (Accepted/In press). Women in Ethiopia: Creating value through entrepreneurship. In S. Yousafzai, C. Henry, M. Boddington, S. Sheikh, & A. Fayolle (Eds.), Research handbook of women’s entrepreneurs value creation Edward Elgar.
  16. ‘Longing to grow my business’ - The work-life interface of women entrepreneurs in Ethiopia (2022)

    Hailu Gudeta, K., van Engen, M., Peters, P., Woldesenbet, K., Kroon, B., & Hailemariam, A. T. (2022). ‘Longing to grow my business’: The work-life interface of women entrepreneurs in Ethiopia. In O. Kolade, D. Rae, D. Obembe, & K. Woldesenbet (Eds.), The Palgrave handbook of African entrepreneurship (pp. 493-515). Springer.
  17. Understanding the relationship between absence constraints and presenteeism among nurses and midwives - Does the type of support matter? (2022)

    Harrison , H., Vleugels, W., Kilroy, S., & Bosak , J. (Accepted/In press). Understanding the relationship between absence constraints and presenteeism among nurses and midwives: Does the type of support matter? Health Care Management Review.
  18. Exploring the relationship between character strengths and meditation - A cross-sectional study among long-term practitioners of Sahaja Yoga meditation (2022)

    Hendriks, T., Pritikin, J., Choudhary, R., & Danyluck, C. (2022). 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.
  19. Identifying return to work self-efficacy trajectories in employees with mental health problems (2022)

    Horn, L., Spronken, M., Brouwers, E. P. M., de Reuver, R. S. M., & Joosen, M. C. W. (2022). Identifying return to work self-efficacy trajectories in employees with mental health problems. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 32(1), 64-76.
  20. Employers’ attitude, intention, skills and barriers in relation to employment of vulnerable workers (2022)

    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.