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. How Dutch higher HRM education prepares future HR professionals for the impact of technological developments (2024)

    van Beurden, J., Borghouts, I., van den Groenendaal, S. M., & Freese, C. (2024). How Dutch higher HRM education prepares future HR professionals for the impact of technological developments. International journal of management education, 22(1), Article 100916.
  2. Pre-job loss grief reactions and work attachment among sick-listed employees - Introduction of the imminent job loss scale (2024)

    van Eersel, J. H. W., Hulshof, I., Wickham, M., Smid, G., & Boelen, P. (Accepted/In press). Pre-job loss grief reactions and work attachment among sick-listed employees: Introduction of the imminent job loss scale. BMC Psychology.
  3. BAMBOO for Refugees—A Culturally Sensitive Positive Psychology Intervention: A Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial (2024)

    Hendriks, T., de Jong, J., Hassankhan, A., & van Woerkom, M. (2024). BAMBOO for Refugees—A Culturally Sensitive Positive Psychology Intervention: A Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. International Journal of Applied Positive Psychology.
  4. A classification of human resource management bundles for the inclusion of vulnerable workers (2024)

    Kersten, A., Woerkom, M. V., Geuskens, G., & Blonk, R. (2024). A classification of human resource management bundles for the inclusion of vulnerable workers. WORK-A JOURNAL OF PREVENTION ASSESSMENT REHABILITATION, 1-14.
  5. Precarious employment amidst global crises - Career shocks, resources and migrants' employability (2024)

    Kerti, K. A., Van Engen, M., Szabo, O., Kroon, B., Bleijenbergh, I., & Freese, C. (2024). Precarious employment amidst global crises: Career shocks, resources and migrants' employability. Career Development International. Advance online publication.
  6. Associations between personality traits and depressive and anxiety symptoms among persons with spinal cord injury in first inpatient rehabilitation (2024)

    van Leeuwen, C., Papazoglou, E., van Eersel, J., Stolwijk-Swüste, J., & Post, M. (2024). Associations between personality traits and depressive and anxiety symptoms among persons with spinal cord injury in first inpatient rehabilitation. Spinal Cord. Advance online publication.
  7. Building prediction models with grouped data - A case study on the prediction of turnover intention (2024)

    Yuan, S., Kroon, B., & Kramer, A. (2024). Building prediction models with grouped data: A case study on the prediction of turnover intention. Human Resource Management Journal, 34(1), 20-38.
  8. Ethical challenges of disaster management faced by humanitarian populations - Empirical insights from a developing country (2024)

    Zhou, J., Azhar, A., Suhail, A., & Dai, J. (2024). Ethical challenges of disaster management faced by humanitarian populations: Empirical insights from a developing country. Natural Hazard Review, 25(3).
  9. Five decades of leadership and ‘disruptive’ technology - From e-leadership and virtual team leadership to current conversations on digital leadership (2024)

    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. Fostering collaboration through inclusive leadership - Exploring the behaviour of childcare and school leaders in Dutch child centres (2024)

    Verheijen-Tiemstra, R., Ros, A., Vermeulen, M., & Poell, RF. (2024). Fostering collaboration through inclusive leadership: Exploring the behaviour of childcare and school leaders in Dutch child centres. Educational Management Administration & Leadership. Advance online publication.
  11. High-performance work systems and individual performance - A longitudinal study of the differential roles of happiness and health well-being (2024)

    Shi, L., van Veldhoven, M., Kooij, D., van de Voorde, K., & Karanika-Murray, M. (2024). High-performance work systems and individual performance: A longitudinal study of the differential roles of happiness and health well-being. Frontiers in Psychology, 14, Article 1261564.
  12. Job demands (2024)

    van Veldhoven, M. (2024). Job demands. In M. Peeters, J. De Jonge, & T. Taris (Eds.), An introduction to contemporary work psychology (2nd edition) (pp. 147-169). Wiley-Blackwell.
  13. Knowing is half the battle - Regulating and appraising emotions co-protect from suicidal ideation (2024)

    Mérida-López, S., Quintana-Orts, C., Pekaar, K. A., Pineda-Galán, C., & Extremera, N. (2024). Knowing is half the battle: Regulating and appraising emotions co-protect from suicidal ideation. Death Studies, 1-9.
  14. Personality maturation through sense of mastery? Longitudinal evidence from two education‐to‐work transition studies (2024)

    Reitz, A. K., den Boer, L., van Scheppingen, M. A., & Diwan, K. (2024). Personality maturation through sense of mastery? Longitudinal evidence from two education‐to‐work transition studies. Journal of Personality, 92(1), 261-277.
  15. Succesvol ouder worden op het werk: Een gebalanceerd, positief en inclusief perspectief (2024)

    Kooij, D. (2024). Succesvol ouder worden op het werk: Een gebalanceerd, positief en inclusief perspectief. Gedrag en Organisatie, 37(1), 3-27.
  16. Werkplekleren in een bredere context (2024)

    Poell, R. F. (2024). Werkplekleren in een bredere context. In J. Baeten (Ed.), Ervaringen en inzichten in 10 jaar werkplekleren met leertechnologie (pp. 40). Eburon.
  17. Examining the co-impact of participatory action-oriented research. Bringing hidden effects to the Surface. A case study (2023)

    Numans, W., Boog, J., Van Regenmortel, T., & Schalk, R. (2023). Examining the co-impact of participatory action-oriented research. Bringing hidden effects to the Surface. A case study. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 22.
  18. Presenteeism is reloaded and ready for further research - A commentary on Priebe, J. and Hagerbaumer, M. (2023) (2023)

    Breitsohl, H., Zoehrer, L., & Ruhle, S. A. (2023). Presenteeism is reloaded and ready for further research: A commentary on Priebe, J. and Hagerbaumer, M. (2023). Zeitschrift fuer Arbeits-und Organisationspsychologie, 67(3), 166-171.
  19. 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.
  20. Raising awareness about social exclusion in schools through experiential learning (2023)

    Meral, E. O., van Beest, I., & Karaduman, C. (2023). Raising awareness about social exclusion in schools through experiential learning. Social Psychology of Education, 26, 367-381.