Jos Akkermans
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The role of career competencies in the Job Demands—Resources model
J Akkermans, WB Schaufeli, V Brenninkmeijer, RWB Blonk
Journal of Vocational Behavior 83 (3), 356-366, 2013
1752013
Competencies for the contemporary career: Development and preliminary validation of the Career Competencies Questionnaire
J Akkermans, V Brenninkmeijer, M Huibers, RWB Blonk
Journal of Career Development 40 (3), 245-267, 2013
1742013
Crafting your career: How career competencies relate to career success via job crafting
J Akkermans, M Tims
Applied Psychology 66 (1), 168-195, 2017
1542017
Sustainable careers: Towards a conceptual model
A De Vos, BIJM Van der Heijden, J Akkermans
Journal of Vocational Behavior 117, 103196, 2020
1022020
# Trending topics in careers: a review and future research agenda
J Akkermans, S Kubasch
Career Development International, 2017
912017
It's all about CareerSKILLS: Effectiveness of a career development intervention for young employees
J Akkermans, V Brenninkmeijer, WB Schaufeli, RWB Blonk
Human Resource Management 54 (4), 533-551, 2015
902015
Career competencies and job crafting
J Plomp, M Tims, J Akkermans, SN Khapova, PGW Jansen, AB Bakker
Career Development International, 2016
822016
The influence of future time perspective on work engagement and job performance: the role of job crafting
DTAM Kooij, M Tims, J Akkermans
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 26 (1), 4-15, 2017
752017
Tales of the unexpected: Integrating career shocks in the contemporary careers literature
J Akkermans, SE Seibert, ST Mol
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 44 (1), 1-10, 2018
572018
What about time? Examining chronological and subjective age and their relation to work motivation
J Akkermans, AH de Lange, BIJM van der Heijden, DTAM Kooij, ...
Career Development International, 2016
482016
Fresh and healthy?
J Akkermans, V Brenninkmeijer, RWB Blonk, LLJ Koppes
Career Development International, 2009
412009
The Covid-19 crisis as a career shock: Implications for careers and vocational behavior
J Akkermans, J Richardson, M Kraimer
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 103434, 2020
362020
Practice makes perfect? Antecedents and consequences of an adaptive school-to-work transition
J Akkermans, M Nykänen, J Vuori
Sustainable working lives, 65-86, 2015
322015
Building a sustainable start: The role of career competencies, career success, and career shocks in young professionals' employability
R Blokker, J Akkermans, M Tims, P Jansen, S Khapova
Journal of Vocational Behavior 112, 172-184, 2019
312019
The winner takes it all, the loser has to fall: Provoking the agency perspective in employability research
A Forrier, N De Cuyper, J Akkermans
Human Resource Management Journal 28 (4), 511-523, 2018
312018
Young and going strong?
J Akkermans, V Brenninkmeijer, SNJ Van Den Bossche, RWB Blonk, ...
Career Development International, 2013
312013
Core self-evaluations and work engagement: Testing a perception, action, and development path
M Tims, J Akkermans
PloS one 12 (8), e0182745, 2017
222017
The best of both worlds: the role of career adaptability and career competencies in students’ well-being and performance
J Akkermans, K Paradniké, BIJM Van der Heijden, A De Vos
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1678, 2018
162018
Should employers invest in employability? Examining employability as a mediator in the HRM–commitment relationship
J Akkermans, M Tims, S Beijer, N De Cuyper
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 717, 2019
152019
Well begun is half done: Investigating the work and career of the young workforce
TJ Akkermans
Utrecht University, 2013
152013
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