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Jeske van Beurden her research is rooted in the academic domain of Strategic Human Resource Management. In particular, she is interested in employee perceptions of HR practices and its relationship with employee well-being and performance. Furthermore, she is interested in how individual differences play a role in how employees experience HR practices.

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Recent publications

  1. Can leaders prevent technology from backfiring? - Empowering leadersh…

    Bauwens, R., Denissen, M., van Beurden, J., & Coun, M. (2021). Can leaders prevent technology from backfiring? Empowering leadership as double-edged sword for technostress in care. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, [702648].
  2. The employee perspective on HR practices - A systematic literature re…

    Van Beurden, J., Van De Voorde, K., & Van Veldhoven, M. (2021). The employee perspective on HR practices: A systematic literature review, integration and outlook. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 32(2), 359-393.
  3. The employee experience of HR practices - Understanding employee perc…

    van Beurden, J. (2021). The employee experience of HR practices: Understanding employee perceptions of HR practices in strategic human resource management . Ridderprint.
  4. HRM and industrial relations

    van de Voorde, K., & van Beurden, J. (2019). HRM and industrial relations. In W. de Lange, P. De Prins, & B. van der Heijden (Eds.), Canon van HRM: 50 theorieën over een vakgebied in ontwikkeling Vakmedianet.
  5. Teachers’ remaining career opportunities - The role of value fit and …

    van Beurden, J., van Veldhoven, M. J. P. M., Nijendijk, K., & van de Voorde, F. C. (2017). Teachers’ remaining career opportunities: The role of value fit and school climate. Teaching and Teacher Education: An international journal of Research and Studies, 68, 143-150.

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