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Employability and job performance as links in the relationship between mentoring receipt and career success: a study in SMEs (2015)
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Bozionelos, N., Kostopoulos, K., Van der Heijden, B., Rousseau, D. M., Bozionelos, G., Hoyland, T., …Van der Heijde, C. (2016). Employability and job performance as links in the relationship between mentoring receipt and career success: a study in SMEs. Group & organization management, 41(2), 135-171. https://doi.org/10.1177/1059601115617086

This study developed and tested a model that posited employability and job performance as intervening variables in the relationship between receipt of mentoring and career success. Participants were 207 information technology (IT) professionals emplo... Read More about Employability and job performance as links in the relationship between mentoring receipt and career success: a study in SMEs.

Ambidexterity and unit performance: intellectual capital antecedents and cross-level moderating effects of human resource practices (2015)
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Kostopoulos, K. C., Bozionelos, N., & Syrigos, E. (2015). Ambidexterity and unit performance: intellectual capital antecedents and cross-level moderating effects of human resource practices. Human Resource Management, 54(S1), s111-s132. https://doi.org/10.1002/hrm.21705

This study develops a cross‐level model examining the effects of intellectual capital facets (i.e., human, social, and organizational capital) on unit ambidexterity. Further, it proposes that organizational‐level high‐performance human resource (HPHR... Read More about Ambidexterity and unit performance: intellectual capital antecedents and cross-level moderating effects of human resource practices.

Does having more women on the board impact firms' acquisition behavior? (2015)
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Bozionelos, N., & Afanassieva, M. (2015). Does having more women on the board impact firms' acquisition behavior?. The Academy of Management perspectives, 29(1), 1-3. doi:10.5465/amp.2015.0038

Is there a difference between how women and men behave as board directors when they are deciding whether to acquire other firms? And do boards with larger representations of women act differently when they consider buying other firms and deciding how... Read More about Does having more women on the board impact firms' acquisition behavior?.

Acceptability of workplace bullying: A comparative study on six continents (2011)
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Power, J. L., Brotheridge, C. M., Blenkinsopp, J., Bowes-Sperry, L., Bozionelos, N., Buzády, Z., …Nnedumm, A. U. O. (2013). Acceptability of workplace bullying: A comparative study on six continents. Journal of business research, 66(3), 374-380. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2011.08.018

This paper is the first to explore the impact of culture on the acceptability of workplace bullying and to do so across a wide range of countries. Physically intimidating bullying is less acceptable than work related bullying both within groups of si... Read More about Acceptability of workplace bullying: A comparative study on six continents.

Team exploratory and exploitative learning: psychological safety, task conflict, and team performance (2011)
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Kostopoulos, K. C., & Bozionelos, N. (2011). Team exploratory and exploitative learning: psychological safety, task conflict, and team performance. Group & organization management, 36(3), (385-415). doi:10.1177/1059601111405985. ISSN 1059-6011

This study conceptualized exploratory and exploitative learning as distinct team-level activities, constructed measures of them, and examined their relationships with psychological safety, task conflict, and team performance. Structural equation anal... Read More about Team exploratory and exploitative learning: psychological safety, task conflict, and team performance.

Expatriation outside the boundaries of the multinational corporation: a study with expatriate nurses in Saudi Arabia (2009)
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Bozionelos, N. (2009). Expatriation outside the boundaries of the multinational corporation: a study with expatriate nurses in Saudi Arabia. Human Resource Management, 48(1), 111-134. doi:10.1002/hrm.20269

To date, research has largely neglected individuals who become expatriates on their own initiative and outside the boundaries of multinational corporations. This study, which focused on 206 non-Saudi expatriate nurses employed in a Saudi Arabian hosp... Read More about Expatriation outside the boundaries of the multinational corporation: a study with expatriate nurses in Saudi Arabia.

Dispositional resistance to change: Measurement equivalence and the link to personal values across 17 nations (2008)
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González, L., Hřebíčková, M., Kordačová, J., Mlačić, B., Ferić, I., Topić, M. K., …Vakola, M. (2008). Dispositional resistance to change: Measurement equivalence and the link to personal values across 17 nations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93(4), 935-944. doi:10.1037/0021-9010.93.4.935

The concept of dispositional resistance to change has been introduced in a series of exploratory and confirmatory analyses through which the validity of the Resistance to Change (RTC) Scale has been established (S. Oreg, 2003). However, the vast majo... Read More about Dispositional resistance to change: Measurement equivalence and the link to personal values across 17 nations.

Emotion work in the Hellenic frontline services environment: how it relates to emotional exhaustion and work attitudes (2008)
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Bozionelos, N., & Kiamou, K. (2008). Emotion work in the Hellenic frontline services environment: how it relates to emotional exhaustion and work attitudes. The international journal of human resource management, 19(6), (1108-1130). doi:10.1080/09585190802051410. ISSN 0958-5192

The relationship of emotional work with emotional exhaustion and a variety of attitudes towards the job and the organization was investigated in a sample of Hellenes (Greek) employees in the banking industry who were performing frontline service jobs... Read More about Emotion work in the Hellenic frontline services environment: how it relates to emotional exhaustion and work attitudes.


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