Brian W. Swider
Brian W. Swider
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Born to burnout: A meta-analytic path model of personality, job burnout, and work outcomes
BW Swider, RD Zimmerman
Journal of Vocational behavior 76 (3), 487-506, 2010
Employee job search: Toward an understanding of search context and search objectives
WR Boswell, RD Zimmerman, BW Swider
Journal of Management 38 (1), 129-163, 2012
Examining the job search–turnover relationship: The role of embeddedness, job satisfaction, and available alternatives.
BW Swider, WR Boswell, RD Zimmerman
Journal of applied psychology 96 (2), 432, 2011
Searching for the right fit: Development of applicant person-organization fit perceptions during the recruitment process.
BW Swider, RD Zimmerman, MR Barrick
Journal of Applied psychology 100 (3), 880, 2015
Leaving work at work: A meta-analysis on employee recovery from work
LB Steed, BW Swider, S Keem, JT Liu
Journal of Management 47 (4), 867-897, 2021
Initial evaluations in the interview: Relationships with subsequent interviewer evaluations and employment offers.
MR Barrick, BW Swider, GL Stewart
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (6), 1163, 2010
Managing and creating an image in the interview: The role of interviewee initial impressions.
BW Swider, MR Barrick, TB Harris, AC Stoverink
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (6), 1275, 2011
Is perfect good? A meta-analysis of perfectionism in the workplace.
D Harari, BW Swider, LB Steed, AP Breidenthal
Journal of Applied Psychology 103 (10), 1121, 2018
Candidate characteristics driving initial impressions during rapport building: Implications for employment interview validity
MR Barrick, SL Dustin, TL Giluk, GL Stewart, JA Shaffer, BW Swider
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (2), 330-352, 2012
Who withdraws? Psychological individual differences and employee withdrawal behaviors.
RD Zimmerman, BW Swider, SE Woo, DG Allen
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (4), 498, 2016
Initial impressions: What they are, what they are not, and how they influence structured interview outcomes.
BW Swider, MR Barrick, TB Harris
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (5), 625, 2016
Synthesizing content models of employee turnover
RD Zimmerman, BW Swider, WR Boswell
Human Resource Management 58 (1), 99-114, 2019
The shifting boundaries of talent management
V Vaiman, WF Cascio, DG Collings, BW Swider
Human Resource Management 60 (2), 253-257, 2021
Employees on the rebound: Extending the careers literature to include boomerang employment.
BW Swider, JT Liu, TB Harris, RG Gardner
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (6), 890, 2017
Does turnover destination matter? Differentiating antecedents of occupational change versus organizational change
RD Zimmerman, BW Swider, JB Arthur
Journal of vocational behavior 121, 103470, 2020
Deep-level and surface-level individual differences and applicant attraction to organizations: A meta-analysis
BW Swider, RD Zimmerman, SD Charlier, AJ Pierotti
Journal of Vocational Behavior 88, 73-83, 2015
The paths from insider to outsider: A review of employee exit transitions
AC Klotz, BW Swider, Y Shao, MK Prengler
Human Resource Management 60 (1), 119-144, 2021
Prior and future withdrawal and performance: A meta-analysis of their relations in panel studies
BW Swider, RD Zimmerman
Journal of Vocational Behavior 84 (3), 225-236, 2014
First impression effects in organizational psychology.
BW Swider, TB Harris, Q Gong
Journal of Applied Psychology 107 (3), 346, 2022
An exploration of the interactive effects of leader trait goal orientation and goal content in teams
COLH Porter, DA Franklin, BW Swider, RCF Yu
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (1), 34-50, 2016
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