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Career Development International
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.527
Citation Impact (citeScore): 2
Number of Followers: 18  
 
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ISSN (Print) 1362-0436 - ISSN (Online) 1758-6003
Published by Emerald Homepage  [362 journals]
  • From personal resources to proactive work strategies and performance:
           testing the antecedents and outcomes of strengths use in a three-wave
           study

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      Authors: Zselyke Pap , Luca Tisu , Delia Vîrgă
      Abstract: Based on the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) theory, this study aims to identify person-contingent antecedents and consequences of proactive strength-oriented behaviors at work. Thus, the authors propose and test a model in which psychological capital (PsyCap), as a personal resource, represents a precursor of strengths use, which in turn is a facilitator of employees' self-rated performance. The authors tested the hypothesized mediation process through a cross-lagged study with three waves, using data collected from a sample of Romanian employees. The authors analyzed the data through structural equation modeling. The results provided support for our model. The data showed significant, positive cross-lagged relationships between PsyCap, strengths use and performance across waves. Also, the authors identified a significant and positive indirect effect between PsyCap at T1 and performance at T3 through increased strengths use at T2. This research brings new evidence for strengths use's placement as a proactive individual strategy within the JD-R theory. Practical implications are related to career self-management and work from home.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-12-02
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-06-2022-0146
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • A dual-pathway model for examining the effects of customer mistreatment
           on an employee's customer-directed counterproductive work behavior: can
           job autonomy make a difference'

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      Authors: Wenzhu Lu , Bo Sun , Shengxian Yu , Shanshi Liu
      Abstract: This research examined how customer mistreatment activates individual customer-directed counterproductive work behavior (CWBC) by investigating the mediating roles of negative work reflection and negative affect. It also explored whether job autonomy buffers the negative impact of customer mistreatment on CWBC. The authors tested their predictions using an experience-sample method with a sample of data from 79 service workers across eight days. A multilevel structural equation model was used to test the hypotheses. The authors found that negative work reflection and negative affect mediated the association between customer mistreatment and CWBC. In addition, job autonomy moderated the indirect impact of daily customer mistreatment on employees' CWBC through negative work reflection and negative affect. There are some concerns about a common method because all of the study variables were self-reported. Moreover, the study sample consisted of participants recruited exclusively from China, thus limiting this research's generality. To eliminate the detrimental impact of customer mistreatment, supervisors can strive to improve the autonomy of those who interact with customers frequently to reduce their CWBC. This study offers an integrative view to explain why service workers engage in CWBC when suffering customer mistreatment by testing the mediating mechanisms of negative reflection and negative affect in the association between daily customer mistreatment and CWBC. Second, the authors have broadened the study of customer mistreatment by introducing job autonomy as a critical condition, eliminating the indirect association between customer mistreatment and CWBC.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-11-30
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-11-2021-0283
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • Academic independent directors in China: factors influencing career
           decision-making

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      Authors: Dai Lu , Pingli Li , Yehuda Baruch , Lynda Song
      Abstract: The board independence norm has shaped corporate governance globally, but research on the supply of independent directors (IDs) is limited. “New careers” studies suggest that dynamic non-conventional career paths are evolving, but empirical evidence is mostly limited to Western societies. The authors studied reasons for academics to consider taking on an ID role in firms in China. Employing a quantitative methodology, data were collected via a survey targeting 1,500 academics, representing a quarter of business-linked academics in China's National Key Universities. The response rate was 55% and, after eliminating irrelevant responses, the sample used comprised 581 academics, 111 of whom have taken on an ID role. Career orientation and work attitudes play significant roles in decision-making around career success. Becoming an ID can be a rewarding and positive career path for academics who look for additional responsibility, income and impact. This new academic career path manifests in how career actors interact with each other to reach a state of equilibrium in a wider career ecosystem. Appointing academics with relevant knowledge and willingness to create impact can help organisations – both firms and academic institutions. Becoming an ID can increase future collaborations and success in terms of research and corporate governance, and offer individuals another route to career success. The results contribute to research on career studies and corporate governance, revealing a new source of talent for firms and a new career path for academics.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-11-22
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-11-2021-0288
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • Employability skills of the next generation of Chinese factory workers

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      Authors: Fabian Jintae Froese , Lin-Ya Hong
      Abstract: The main purpose of this study was to develop and test an employability scale in a Chinese context. Moreover, the authors investigated how socioeconomic status indicators (education and occupation of parents, household income and hukou, i.e. household registration location) affect the endowment and development of adolescents' employability skills in China. Data were collected via paper-based surveys from 1,146 vocational school students in rural and urban areas in China at two points in time one year apart. The authors developed a scale to measure employability skills in China and conducted general linear modeling to test the hypotheses. The findings indicate that adolescents whose parents have more education, highly skilled occupations, relatively affluent household income and urban hukou are more likely to attain higher employability skills than those from lower socioeconomic status backgrounds. Moreover, adolescents with these background characteristics tend to improve their employability skills more than those without such characteristics. This suggests that social capital may further widen the inequality gap among adolescents. The framework of employability skills focuses on the general basic transferable employability skills of vocational students. Future studies could develop measures of employability skills for college graduates and widen the measurements of social capital based on the study’s findings. The findings suggest that higher education institutions should be encouraged to integrate resources to improve education inequality between rural and urban regions to the disparity in adolescents' employability skills development. Building on Western frameworks, the study defines and develops an employability scale in the Chinese context that can be a practical measurement tool for researchers, educators and policymakers. The authors investigated the endowment and development of employability skills in relation to social capital. Exposure to social capital tends to affect an individual's skills and capability development at an early stage, and in the long term, this calls attention to access to quality education between rural and urban youth.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-11-16
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-05-2021-0117
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • Do newcomers with high political skill benefit more from the formal
           mentoring program'

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      Authors: Jia Liu , Li Yao , Di Cai , Shengming Liu
      Abstract: Previous research on the factors influencing mentoring received has primarily focused on protégés' personalities and the similarity between protégés and mentors, whereas understanding on the role of protégés' skills is still limited. Drawing upon the social influence theory, this study investigated how newcomers' political skill influences newcomers' mentoring received and further affects newcomers' socialization outcomes (i.e. person-organization fit perception [P-O fit], performance proficiency and well-being). Data were collected from 255 newcomers at a large Chinese information and technology (IT) company using a three-wave, time-lagged design. The authors found that newcomers' political skill positively predicted mentoring received, which in turn positively affected newcomers' socialization outcomes. These findings indicate that political skill enables newcomers to exert social influence on organizational insiders to achieve desirable socialization outcomes, enlarging both the mentoring and political skill literature.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-11-07
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-04-2022-0093
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • Fired by an algorithm' Exploration of conformism with biased
           intelligent decision support systems in the context of workplace
           discipline

         This is an Open Access Article Open Access Article

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      Authors: Marcin Lukasz Bartosiak , Artur Modlinski
      Abstract: The importance of artificial intelligence in human resource management has grown substantially. Previous literature discusses the advantages of AI implementation at a workplace and its various consequences, often hostile, for employees. However, there is little empirical research on the topic. The authors address this gap by studying if individuals oppose biased algorithm recommendations regarding disciplinary actions in an organisation. The authors conducted an exploratory experiment in which the authors evaluated 76 subjects over a set of 5 scenarios in which a biased algorithm gave strict recommendations regarding disciplinary actions at a workplace. The authors’ results suggest that biased suggestions from intelligent agents can influence individuals who make disciplinary decisions. The authors’ results contribute to the ongoing debate on applying AI solutions to HR problems. The authors demonstrate that biased algorithms may substantially change how employees are treated and show that human conformity towards intelligent decision support systems is broader than expected. The authors’ paper is among the first to show that people may accept recommendations that provoke moral dilemmas, bring adverse outcomes, or harm employees. The authors introduce the problem of “algorithmic conformism” and discuss its consequences for HRM.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-10-18
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-06-2022-0170
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • Influence of relational learning and job autonomy in associations between
           social capital resources and newcomer adjustment: a moderated mediation
           study

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      Authors: Lisa Harris , Helena Cooper–Thomas , Peter Smith , Gordon W. Cheung
      Abstract: This study aims to test the propositions of socialization resources theory, specifically focusing on social capital resources and their prediction of proximal (relational learning) and distal (job satisfaction and intent to quit) outcomes. The authors include the job design characteristic of job autonomy as a moderator of these associations. Cheung et al.’s (2021) four-step SEM procedure was used to test our mediation, moderation and moderated mediation hypotheses. The sample consisted of newcomers (N = 175) measured at two time points. The results support the proposed model. Relational learning mediates the associations between social capital resources and outcomes; the utility of these social capital resources is stronger when job autonomy is lower. Organizations can use social capital resources to reduce newcomers' uncertainty during socialization, facilitating learning and positive outcomes. Organizations should also carefully consider the amount of job autonomy they grant to newcomers, as too much can be detrimental. Despite the acknowledged importance of workplace resources and relationships, few studies have focused on social resources provided during socialization. Moreover, job design is rarely included in socialization research, despite its influence on workplace processes. Thus, this study provides information about two novel areas of investigation: socially-oriented socialization resources and the impact of job autonomy.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-10-11
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-02-2022-0038
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • How do individual factors affect career sustainability'
           An investigation of cascading effects through the career construction
           model of adaptation

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      Authors: Surendra Babu Talluri , Bert Schreurs , Nishant Uppal
      Abstract: Though the recent conceptualization of career sustainability, defining its indicators and dimensions prompted an important field of careers research, empirical research is still in its infancy. The current study empirically investigates how proactive personality, career adaptability and proactive career behaviors promote career sustainability based on the career construction model of adaptation. The authors used a two-wave survey design to collect data from 414 full-time working professionals representing different organizations located in India. The authors tested the proposed hypotheses using structural equation modeling in IBM SPSS AMOS. Results supported a serial indirect effect model with career adaptability and proactive career behaviors carrying the effect of proactive personality on career sustainability. The study contributes to the emerging sustainable careers literature by unveiling the role of individual factors in career sustainability. Furthermore, the authors investigated these relationships through the complete career construction model of adaptation. By doing so, the current study contributes to careers literature by revealing the linkage between the career construction model of adaptation and career sustainability.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-10-11
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-05-2022-0120
      Issue No: Vol. ahead-of-print , No. ahead-of-print (2022)
       
  • Losing the benefits of work passion' The implications of low
           ego-resilience for passionate workers

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      Authors: Wayne Hochwarter , Samantha L. Jordan , Ashlee Fontes-Comber , D.C. De La Haye , Abdul Karim Khan , Mayowa Babalola , Jennifer Franczak
      Abstract: This research assessed the interactive effects of employee passion and ego-resilience (ER) on relevant work outcomes, including job satisfaction, citizenship behavior, job tension, and emotional exhaustion. The authors hypothesize that higher work passion is associated with less positive work outcomes when employees are low in ER. The authors collected data from three unique samples (N's = 175, 141, 164) to evaluate the moderating effect across outcomes. The authors conducted analyses with and without demographic controls and affectivity (e.g. negative and positive). The authors used a time-separated data collection approach in Sample 3. The authors also empirically assess the potential for non-linear passion and ER main effect relationships to emerge. Findings across samples confirm that high passion employees with elevated levels of ER report positive attitudinal, behavioral, and well-being outcomes. Conversely, high passion employees do not experience comparable effects when reporting low levels of ER. Results were broadly consistent when considering demographics and affectivity. Despite the single-source nature of the three data collections, The authors took steps to minimize common method bias concerns (e.g. time separation and including affectivity). Future research will benefit from multiple data sources collected longitudinally and examining a more comprehensive range of occupational contexts. Passion is something that organizations want in all employees. However, the authors' results show that passion may not be enough to lead to favorable outcomes without considering factors that support its efficacy. Also, results show that moderate levels of passion may offer little benefit compared to low levels and may be detrimental. As a focal research topic, work passion research is still in early development. Studies exploring factors that support or derail expected favorable effects of work passion are needed to establish a foundation for subsequent analyses. Moreover, the authors comment on the assumed “more is better” phenomenon. The authors argue for reconsidering the linear approach to predicting behavior in science and practice.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-09-13
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-05-2022-0132
      Issue No: Vol. 27 , No. 5 (2022)
       
  • Leader secure-base support and organizational learning culture: synergetic
           effects on employee state promotion focus and approach job crafting

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      Authors: Yan Tu , Lixin Jiang , Lirong Long , Linlin Wang
      Abstract: Leader secure-base support, consisting of leader availability, noninterference and encouragement of growth, has important implications for stimulating employee proactivity. This study is aimed at examining whether, why and when leader secure-base support may motivate employees to engage in approach job crafting behavior. Drawing upon regulatory focus theory, we propose leader secure-base support is positively associated with employee approach job crafting via employee state promotion focus. Based on cue consistency theory, we further examine the moderating role of organizational learning culture in the associations of leader secure-base support with employee state promotion focus and subsequent approach job crafting. Two-wave data were collected from 281 Chinese workers. Path analyses with Mplus 7 were conducted to test the hypotheses. As predicted, we found that leader secure-base support was positively related to employee state promotion focus and, in turn, facilitated employee approach job crafting. Moreover, organizational learning culture accentuated the impact of leader secure-base support on employee job crafting process. This study is the first to examine the influence of leader secure-base support on employee job crafting. It also identifies a boundary condition for such an influence.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-09-06
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-09-2021-0235
      Issue No: Vol. 27 , No. 5 (2022)
       
  • Can qualitative job insecurity instigate workplace incivility'
           The moderating roles of self-compassion and rumination

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      Authors: Shanshan Qian , Vivien K.G. Lim , Yongduan Gao
      Abstract: This study examines why and when qualitative job insecurity (JI) leads to instigated workplace incivility. The authors collected data from 227 Chinese full-time employees from multiple organizations at two time points. Structural equation modeling was used to test hypotheses. Results show that qualitative JI is positively related to instigated workplace incivility through negative emotions; this indirect relationship is weaker among employees with higher self-compassion and stronger among employees with higher rumination. The authors shift the predominant focus on the predictor of instigated workplace incivility from quantitative JI to qualitative JI. Based on the transactional model of stress and the stressor–emotion model of counterproductive work behavior (CWB), they provide new theoretical insights on why qualitative JI affects workplace incivility and identify new boundary conditions that affect employees' reactions to qualitative JI.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-08-30
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-11-2021-0280
      Issue No: Vol. 27 , No. 5 (2022)
       
  • “New career” profiles for young adults incorporating traditional and
           protean career orientations and competencies

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      Authors: Sujin Kim , Michelle Hood , Peter Creed , Debra Bath
      Abstract: Using latent profile analysis, the authors explored the career profiles of young adult tertiary students (N = 468, 73.9% women; mean age 20 years) to determine the relative importance of traditional career orientation (TCO) and protean career orientation (PCO) beliefs for them. Young adults studying at university can aspire to traditional career experiences as they believe organizations will support their professional and career development. However, since the development of newer career models, the TCO model has received little research attention compared to the PCO. The authors found that the dominant profile exhibited average levels of TCO, PCO and career competencies, and that this mixed profile was associated with more mature career identity development and greater organizational commitment. A second profile, with low TCO, average PCO and career competencies, showed a similar level of career maturity to the mixed profile, but exhibited less organizational commitment. A third profile, with average TCO, low PCO and career competencies, especially vocational identity awareness, was related to less career development and organizational commitment. The findings suggest that a mixed traditional-protean orientation is common in young adult tertiary students and that the development of a vocational identity is important for positive career outcomes, regardless of orientation.
      Citation: Career Development International
      PubDate: 2022-08-22
      DOI: 10.1108/CDI-10-2021-0256
      Issue No: Vol. 27 , No. 5 (2022)
       
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