Marijke Verbruggen
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Boundary role transitions: A day-to-day approach to explain the effects of home-based telework on work-to-home conflict and home-to-work conflict
J Delanoeije, M Verbruggen, L Germeys
Human relations 72 (12), 1843-1868, 2019
Integrating different notions of employability in a dynamic chain: The relationship between job transitions, movement capital and perceived employability
A Forrier, M Verbruggen, N De Cuyper
Journal of Vocational behavior 89, 56-64, 2015
Employee development and voluntary turnover: Testing the employability paradox
J Nelissen, A Forrier, M Verbruggen
Human Resource Management Journal 27 (1), 152-168, 2017
Between-person and within-person effects of telework: a quasi-field experiment
J Delanoeije, M Verbruggen
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 29 (6), 795-808, 2020
All wired, all tired? Work-related ICT-use outside work hours and work-to-home conflict: The role of integration preference, integration norms and work demands
N Gadeyne, M Verbruggen, J Delanoeije, R De Cooman
Journal of Vocational Behavior 107, 86-99, 2018
Psychological mobility and career success in the ‘new’career climate
M Verbruggen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 81 (2), 289-297, 2012
Proactive career behaviors and subjective career success: The moderating role of national culture
A Smale, S Bagdadli, R Cotton, S Dello Russo, M Dickmann, A Dysvik, ...
Journal of organizational behavior 40 (1), 105-122, 2019
Employability capital: A conceptual framework tested through expert analysis
E Peeters, J Nelissen, N De Cuyper, A Forrier, M Verbruggen, H De Witte
Journal of Career Development 46 (2), 79-93, 2019
How ‘boundaryless’ are the careers of high potentials, key experts and average performers?
N Dries, F Van Acker, M Verbruggen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 81 (2), 271-279, 2012
Can career self-directedness be improved through counseling?
M Verbruggen, L Sels
Journal of vocational behavior 73 (2), 318-327, 2008
Unraveling the relationship between organizational career management and the need for external career counseling
M Verbruggen, L Sels, A Forrier
Journal of Vocational Behavior 71 (1), 69-83, 2007
Career transitions and employability
A De Vos, S Jacobs, M Verbruggen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 126, 103475, 2021
Social-cognitive factors affecting clients’ career and life satisfaction after counseling
M Verbruggen, L Sels
Journal of Career Assessment 18 (1), 3-15, 2010
When people don’t realize their career desires: Toward a theory of career inaction
M Verbruggen, A De Vos
Academy of Management Review 45 (2), 376-394, 2020
Does early-career underemployment impact future career success? A path dependency perspective
M Verbruggen, H van Emmerik, A Van Gils, C Meng, A de Grip
Journal of Vocational Behavior 90, 101-110, 2015
The use of work-home practices and work-home conflict: Examining the role of volition and perceived pressure in a multi-method study
J Delanoeije, M Verbruggen
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2362, 2019
Perceived employability and psychological functioning framed by gain and loss cycles
D Vanhercke, K Kirves, N De Cuyper, M Verbruggen, A Forrier, H De Witte
Career Development International 20 (2), 179-198, 2015
Career sidestep, wage setback? The impact of different types of employment interruptions on wages
G Theunissen, M Verbruggen, A Forrier, L Sels
Gender, Work & Organization 18, e110-e131, 2011
Here, there, & everywhere: Development and validation of a cross-culturally representative measure of subjective career success
JP Briscoe, R Kaše, N Dries, A Dysvik, JA Unite, I Adeleye, M Andresen, ...
Journal of Vocational Behavior 130, 103612, 2021
Use of family-friendly work arrangements and work–family conflict: Crossover effects in dual-earner couples.
T Schooreel, M Verbruggen
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 21 (1), 119, 2016
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