Elfi Baillien
Elfi Baillien
Associate Professor, KU Leuven, Department Work and Organisation Studies
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A qualitative study on the development of workplace bullying: Towards a three way model
E Baillien, I Neyens, H De Witte, N De Cuyper
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 19 (1), 1-16, 2009
Job autonomy and workload as antecedents of workplace bullying: A two‐wave test of Karasek's Job Demand Control Model for targets and perpetrators
E Baillien, N De Cuyper, H De Witte
Journal of occupational and Organizational Psychology 84 (1), 191-208, 2011
Why is organizational change related to workplace bullying? Role conflict and job insecurity as mediators
E Baillien, H De Witte
Economic and Industrial Democracy 30 (3), 348-371, 2009
Job insecurity, perceived employability and targets' and perpetrators' experiences of workplace bullying
N De Cuyper, E Baillien, H De Witte
Work & Stress 23 (3), 206-224, 2009
Discouraging bullying: The role of ethical leadership and its effects on the work environment
J Stouten, E Baillien, A Van den Broeck, J Camps, H De Witte, M Euwema
Journal of business ethics 95, 17-27, 2010
Cross-lagged relationships between workplace bullying, job satisfaction and engagement: Two longitudinal studies
A Rodríguez-Muñoz, E Baillien, H De Witte, B Moreno-Jiménez, JC Pastor
Work & Stress 23 (3), 225-243, 2009
The role of organizational communication and participation in reducing job insecurity and its negative association with work-related well-being
T Vander Elst, E Baillien, N De Cuyper, H De Witte
Economic and Industrial Democracy 31 (2), 249-264, 2010
The role of work stressors, coping strategies and coping resources in the process of workplace bullying: A systematic review and development of a comprehensive model
W Van den Brande, E Baillien, H De Witte, T Vander Elst, L Godderis
Aggression and Violent Behavior 29, 61-71, 2016
Perceived control and psychological contract breach as explanations of the relationships between job insecurity, job strain and coping reactions: Towards a theoretical integration
T Vander Elst, N De Cuyper, E Baillien, W Niesen, H De Witte
Stress and Health 32 (2), 100-116, 2016
Job demands–resources predicting burnout and work engagement among Belgian home health care nurses: A cross-sectional study
T Vander Elst, C Cavents, K Daneels, K Johannik, E Baillien, ...
Nursing outlook 64 (6), 542-556, 2016
Not extent of telecommuting, but job characteristics as proximal predictors of work-related well-being
T Vander Elst, R Verhoogen, M Sercu, A Van den Broeck, E Baillien, ...
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 59 (10), e180-e186, 2017
The dark side of working online: Towards a definition and an Emotion Reaction model of workplace cyberbullying
I Vranjes, E Baillien, H Vandebosch, S Erreygers, H De Witte
Computers in Human Behavior 69, 324-334, 2017
Job demands, job resources, burnout, work engagement, and their relationships
A Van den Broeck, TV Elst, E Baillien, M Sercu, M Schouteden, H De Witte, ...
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 59 (4), 369-376, 2017
Exploring risk groups workplace bullying with categorical data
G Notelaers, JK Vermunt, E Baillien, S Einarsen, H De Witte
Industrial health 49 (1), 73-88, 2011
Do demands and resources affect target's and perpetrators' reports of workplace bullying? A two-wave cross-lagged study
E Baillien, A Rodriguez-Munoz, A Van den Broeck, H De Witte
Work & Stress 25 (2), 128-146, 2011
Organizational, team related and job related risk factors for workplace bullying, violence and sexual harassment in the workplace: A qualitative study
E Baillien, I Neyens, H De Witte
International Journal of Organisational Behaviour 13 (2), 132-146, 2008
What goes around comes around: The mediation of corporate social responsibility in the relationship between transformational leadership and employee engagement
T Besieux, E Baillien, AL Verbeke, MC Euwema
Economic and Industrial Democracy 39 (2), 249-271, 2018
Workplace bullying: A perspective from the Job Demands-Resources model
A Van den Broeck, E Baillien, H De Witte
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 37 (2), 1-12, 2011
Conflicts and conflict management styles as precursors of workplace bullying: A two-wave longitudinal study
E Baillien, K Bollen, M Euwema, H De Witte
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 23 (4), 511-524, 2014
Testing the strain hypothesis of the Demand Control Model to explain severe bullying at work
G Notelaers, E Baillien, H De Witte, S Einarsen, JK Vermunt
Economic and Industrial Democracy 34 (1), 69-87, 2013
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