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. Editorial: Proactive work design in unstructured work: New challenges and opportunities (2023)

    Costantini, A., Wang, H-J., Pekaar, K., & van Gool, P. (2023). Editorial: Proactive work design in unstructured work: New challenges and opportunities. Frontiers in Psychology, 14(1087740).
  2. Building prediction models with grouped data - A case study on the prediction of turnover intention (2023)

    Yuan, S., Kroon, B., & Kramer, A. (2023). Building prediction models with grouped data: A case study on the prediction of turnover intention. Human Resource Management Journal.
  3. Curvilinear relationships between age and job performance and the role of job complexity (2023)

    Karanika-Murray, M., Van Veldhoven, M., Michaelides, G., Baguley, T., Gkiontsi, D., & Harrison, N. (2023). Curvilinear relationships between age and job performance and the role of job complexity. Work, Aging and Retirement.
  4. Digitaal welzijn in de Nederlandse kinderzorg - Algemeen onderzoeksrapport (2023)

    Rust, N., & Bauwens, R. (Accepted/In press). Digitaal welzijn in de Nederlandse kinderzorg: Algemeen onderzoeksrapport.
  5. Does the context matter? - The interplay of HR systems and relational climates predicting individual and team creativity (2023)

    Mohammed, S. S., Batistič, S., Cerne, M., & Poell, R. F. (2023). Does the context matter? The interplay of HR systems and relational climates predicting individual and team creativity. Creativity Research Journal.
  6. Employee knowledge hiding: the roles of protean career orientation, HR system and relational climate (2023)

    Roefs, A., Batistič, S., & Poell, R. F. (Accepted/In press). Employee knowledge hiding: the roles of protean career orientation, HR system and relational climate. In V. Vaiman, C. Vance, & L. Ju (Eds.), Smart Talent Management: Managing People as Knowledge Assets (2nd ed., pp. 150-164). Edward Elgar.
  7. Engaging older workers - The role of a supportive climate (2023)

    Kilroy, S., van de Voorde, K., Kooij, D., & Van Dungen, S. (Accepted/In press). Engaging older workers: The role of a supportive climate. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance.
  8. Exploring trade-offs between lean management & six sigma and employee well-being in health care - The role of human resource management (2023)

    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. Five decades of leadership and ‘disruptive’ technology - From e-leadership and virtual team leadership to current conversations on digital leadership (2023)

    Bauwens, R., & Cortellazzo, L. (Accepted/In press). Five decades of leadership and ‘disruptive’ technology: From e-leadership and virtual team leadership to current conversations on digital leadership. In T. Bondarouk, & J. Meijerink (Eds.), Research Handbook on Human Resource Management and Disruptive Technologies Edward Publishing.
  10. Goal congruence in teams and performance - The role of (shared) psychological contract fulfilment (2023)

    Schreuder, F., Schalk, R., & Batistič, S. (2023). Goal congruence in teams and performance: The role of (shared) psychological contract fulfilment. Journal of Management and Organization.
  11. How do HRD professionals and business managers interact in organizing HRD activities? (2023)

    Lundgren, H., & Poell, R. F. (2023). How do HRD professionals and business managers interact in organizing HRD activities? Human Resource Development Quarterly.
  12. How employee perceptions of HR practices in schools relate to employee work engagement and job performance (2023)

    van Beurden, J., van Veldhoven, M., & van de Voorde, K. (2023). How employee perceptions of HR practices in schools relate to employee work engagement and job performance. Journal of Management and Organization.
  13. Inclusive human resource management in freelancers' employment relationships - The role of organizational needs and freelancers' psychological contracts (2023)

    van den Groenendaal, S. M., Freese, C., Poell, R. F., & Kooij, D. (2023). Inclusive human resource management in freelancers' employment relationships: The role of organizational needs and freelancers' psychological contracts. Human Resource Management Journal, 33(1), 224-240.
  14. Organisational policies and practices for the inclusion of vulnerable workers - A scoping review of the employer’s perspective (2023)

    Kersten, A., Woerkom, M. V., Geuskens, G. A., & Blonk, R. W. B. (2023). Organisational policies and practices for the inclusion of vulnerable workers: A scoping review of the employer’s perspective. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation.
  15. Perceived legitimacies of health‐related and motivational presenteeism and absenteeism - Development and validation of the Workplace Attendance Behavior Legitimacy Scale (2023)

    Ruhle, S. A., & Breitsohl, H. (2023). Perceived legitimacies of health‐related and motivational presenteeism and absenteeism: Development and validation of the Workplace Attendance Behavior Legitimacy Scale . Journal of Organizational Behavior.
  16. Refugees’ vulnerability towards precarious work - An intersectionality perspective (2023)

    Knappert, L., Kroon, B., Kornau, A., & Abdelmageed, B. (Accepted/In press). Refugees’ vulnerability towards precarious work: An intersectionality perspective. In E. Meliou, J. Vassilopoulou , & M. Ozbilgin (Eds.), Diversity and precarious work during socio-economic upheaval: exploring the missing link Cambrindge University Press.
  17. Serving two masters - Commitment profiles of employees in the German military reserve (2023)

    Loscher, G. J., Ruhle, S. A., & Kaiser, S. (2023). Serving two masters: Commitment profiles of employees in the German military reserve. European Management Journal.
  18. Systematic review of common and specific factors in play therapy for young people with intellectual disability (2023)

    Bent, D., Schalk, R., Van Regenmortel, T., & Noordegraaf, M. (2023). Systematic review of common and specific factors in play therapy for young people with intellectual disability. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities.
  19. The employee perspective on HR practices - A systematic literature review, integration and outlook (2023)

    van Beurden, J., van de Voorde, K., & van Veldhoven, M. (Accepted/In press). The employee perspective on HR practices: A systematic literature review, integration and outlook. In R. Takeuchi, Y. Gong, C. Boon, & K. Jiang (Eds.), Strategic human resource management and organizational effectiveness: Essays celebrating and advancing the scholarship of David P. Lepak (1971–2017) Routledge.
  20. The implications of AI-enabled recruitment and selection for disabled jobseekers (2023)

    Scholz, F., & Williams, J. (2023). The implications of AI-enabled recruitment and selection for disabled jobseekers. Unpublished. In tbc