Handbook of research on sustainable careers

1. Sustainable careers : introductory chapter / Beatrice Van der Heijden and Ans De Vos -- 2. Facilitating the crafting of sustainable careers in organizations / Monique Valcour -- 3. Merits and challenges of career adaptability as a tool towards sustainable careers / Maximilian B.W. Buyken ... [et...

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Main Author: De Vos, Ans
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Van der Heijden, Beatrice I. J. M.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd 2015
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Summary:1. Sustainable careers : introductory chapter / Beatrice Van der Heijden and Ans De Vos -- 2. Facilitating the crafting of sustainable careers in organizations / Monique Valcour -- 3. Merits and challenges of career adaptability as a tool towards sustainable careers / Maximilian B.W. Buyken ... [et al.] -- 4. Relational career capital : towards a sustainable perspective / Markus Latzke ... [et al.] -- 5. Social capital and careers : indisputable evidence and note for caution / Nikos Bozionelos -- 6. Career capital acquisition through corporate volunteering / Chen Fleisher, Svetlana N. Khapova and Mette Schipper -- 7. Career and organizational identification : extending the expanded model of identification / Nikolai Egold and Rolf Van Dick -- 8. Managing visibility for career sustainability : a study of remote workers / Julia Richardson and Clare Kelliher --
9. Promoting new norms and true flexibility : sustainability in combining career and care / Claartje J. Vinkenburg, Marloes L. van Engen, and Pascale Peters -- 10. Sustainable labour participation and sustainable careers / Judith H. Semeijn ... [et al.] -- 11. Perceived employability in times of job insecurity : a theoretical perspective / Nele De Cuyper, Anja Van den Broeck, and Hans De Witte -- 12. Psychological mobility during unemployment : an outplacement study / Marijke Verbruggen ... [et al.] -- 13. The role of employee adaptability, goal striving and proactivity for modern careers / Karen van Dam, Tanja Bipp and Joris van Ruysseveldt -- 14. Career control / David E Guest and Ricardo Rodrigues -- 15. Building a sustainable career : the role of work-home balance in career decision making / Sara De Hauw and Jeff Greenhaus -- 16. Work-family interface in atypical working arrangements / Saija Mauno ... [et al.] --
24. Organizational and labor markets as career eco-system / Yehuda Baruch -- 25. Career continuance and transfer of competencies after job transitions : insights from a Swedish study / Claudia Bernhard-Oettel and Katharina Näswall -- 26. Career implications of job performance : persistence of OCB and CWB behaviors across domains / Thomas H. Stone and I.M. Jawahar -- 27. Educating students for sustainable careers - in the classroom and beyond / Jon P. Briscoe -- 28. Sustainable careers then and now / Barbara S. Lawrence, Douglas T. Hall, and Michael. B. Arthur
17. Sustainable work ability and cognitive functioning through lifestyle improvement? / Teun Aalbers and Annet H. De Lange -- 18. Older workers and sustainable late careers : job characteristic effects / Sara Zaniboni, Franco Fraccaroli, and Donald Truxillo -- 19. Sustainability in the second half of the career / René Schalk, Marloes van Engen, and Dorien Kooij -- 20. Sustainable careers : enabling older workers to continue working through individualized work arrangements / P. Matthijs Bal -- 21. Sustainable HRM for sustainable careers : introducing the 'respect openness continuity (ROC)'-model / Peggy De Prins ... [et al.] -- 22. Studying retirement from a career perspective : are people who take charge of their career less inclined to retire? / An De Coen, Anneleen Forrier, and Luc Sels -- 23. Managing the transition to retirement : from meaningful work to meaning in life at retirement / Ariane Froidevaux and Andreas Hirschi --
What is a sustainable career? And how can individuals and organizations develop pathways that lead to them? With current levels of global unemployment and the need for life-long learning and employability enhancement, these questions assume a pressing significance. Offering twenty-eight chapters from leading scholars, the Handbook of Research on Sustainable Careers makes an important contribution to our understanding of sustainable careers and lays the foundation for the direction of future research. With the aim of advancing existing knowledge surrounding the meaning, antecedents and outcomes of sustainable careers, this book discusses the topic from several different angles combining both theoretical and empirical as well as practical insights. Topics include crafting sustainable careers in organizations, merits and challenges of career adaptability, psychological mobility during unemployment and the role of employee adaptability. Students and academics of varied disciplines looking for multidimensional perspectives on sustainable careers will find this to be a worthwhile read. HR professionals, career counsellors and public policy makers will find use in the practical guidance offered in this book
Physical Description:496 p
ISBN:9781782547020
9781782547037