Karina v.d. Voorde
Karina v.d. Voorde
Associate Professor, Tilburg University
Verified email at uvt.nl
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Employee Well‐being and the HRM–Organizational Performance Relationship: A Review of Quantitative Studies
K Van De Voorde, J Paauwe, M Van Veldhoven
International Journal of Management Reviews, 2011
6472011
Cross‐level effects of high‐performance work practices on burnout: Two counteracting mediating mechanisms compared
B Kroon, K Van de Voorde, M Van Veldhoven
Personnel Review, 2009
2302009
The role of employee HR attributions in the relationship between high‐performance work systems and employee outcomes
K Van De Voorde, S Beijer
Human Resource Management Journal 25 (1), 62-78, 2015
2112015
High performance work practices in small firms: a resource-poverty and strategic decision-making perspective
B Kroon, K Van De Voorde, J Timmers
Small Business Economics 41 (1), 71-91, 2013
1632013
HRM, well-being and performance: A theoretical and empirical review
R Peccei, K Van De Voorde, M Van Veldhoven
Human resource management and performance: Achievements and challenges, 15-46, 2013
1522013
How changes in subjective general health predict future time perspective, and development and generativity motives over the lifespan
D Kooij, K Van De Voorde
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 84 (2), 228-247, 2011
1252011
Predicting business unit performance using employee surveys: monitoring HRM‐related changes
K Van De Voorde, J Paauwe, M Van Veldhoven
Human resource management journal 20 (1), 44-63, 2010
1022010
Connecting empowerment-focused HRM and labour productivity to work engagement: the mediating role of job demands and resources
K Van De Voorde, M Veld, M Van Veldhoven
Human Resource Management Journal 26 (2), 192-210, 2016
1012016
Effects of new ways of working on work hours and work location, health and job-related outcomes
H Nijp, D Beckers, K van de Voorde, S Geurts, M Kompier
Chronobiology International: The Journal of Biological and Medical Rhythm …, 2016
732016
The Application of the Multilevel Paradigm in Human Resource Management–Outcomes Research: Taking Stock and Going Forward
R Peccei, K Van De Voorde
Journal of Management, 2016
552016
Time precedence in the relationship between organizational climate and organizational performance: a cross-lagged study at the business unit level
K Van De Voorde, M Van Veldhoven, J Paauwe
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (10), 1712-1732, 2010
492010
Exploring the relationships between high involvement work system practices, work demands and emotional exhaustion: a multi-level study.
V Oppenauer, K Van De Voorde
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (2), 311-337, 2018
462018
HRM, employee well-being and organizational performance: a balanced perspective
K Van de Voorde
Tilburg: Tilburg University, 2009
462009
Strategic HRM for older workers
DTAM Kooij, K Van de Voorde
Aging workers and the employee-employer relationship, 57-72, 2015
352015
Human resource management–well‐being–performance research revisited: Past, present, and future
R Peccei, K Van De Voorde
Human Resource Management Journal 29 (4), 539-563, 2019
322019
Multi-Level Issues in International HRM: Mean Differences, Explained Variance, and Moderated Relationships
PM Wright, K Van de Voorde
CAHRS Working Paper Series, 480, 2007
29*2007
Speaking up about patient safety concerns: the influence of safety management approaches and climate on nurses’ willingness to speak up
CW Alingh, JDH van Wijngaarden, K van de Voorde, J Paauwe, ...
BMJ quality & safety 28 (1), 39-48, 2019
282019
How to take care of nurses?
M Veld, K Van De Voorde
Nursing Standard 28 (47), 64-65, 2014
26*2014
High performance at the expense of employee health
JM Jensen, K Van De Voorde
Understanding the high performance workplace: The line between motivation …, 2016
212016
Individual well-being and performance at work in the wider context of Strategic HRM
K Van De Voorde, P Boxall
Well-being and performance at work: The role of context, 2015
192015
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