Bram Peper
Bram Peper
Lecturer of Sociology, Tilburg University
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Breaking through the loss cycle of burnout: The role of motivation
LL ten Brummelhuis, CL Ter Hoeven, AB Bakker, B Peper
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 84 (2), 268-287, 2011
Dimensions of work–home culture and their relations with the use of work–home arrangements and work–home interaction
JSE Dikkers, SAE Geurts, LD Dulk, B Peper, TW Taris, MAJ Kompier
Work & Stress 21 (2), 155-172, 2007
Relations among work-home culture, the utilization of work-home arrangements, and work-home interference.
J Dikkers, S Geurts, L Den Dulk, B Peper, M Kompier
International Journal of Stress Management 11 (4), 323, 2004
Working Parents' use of work-life policies
L Den Dulk, B Peper
Sociologia 53, 51-70, 2007
Work, family, and managerial attitudes and practices in the European workplace: Comparing Dutch, British, and Slovenian financial sector managers
L Den Dulk, B Peper, N Černigoj Sadar, S Lewis, J Smithson, ...
Social Politics 18 (2), 300-329, 2011
Flexible working and organisational change: The integration of work and personal life
B Peper, J van Doorne-Huiskes, L den Dulk
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005
Exploring the linkage between the home domain and absence from work: Health, motivation, or both?
LL Ten Brummelhuis, CL Ter Hoeven, MDT De Jong, B Peper
Journal of Organizational Behavior 34 (3), 273-290, 2013
Work-nonwork culture, utilization of work-nonwork arrangements, and employee-related outcomes in two Dutch organizations
JSE Dikkers, L Den Dulk, SAE Geurts, B Peper
Work and family: An international research perspective, 147-172, 2005
Supervisory support in Slovenian and Dutch organizations: a contextualizing approach
M Den Dulk, L., Peper, B., Kanjuo Mrčela, A., & Ignjatović
Community, Work & Family 19 (2), 193-212, 2016
“The Work Must Go On” The Role of Employee and Managerial Communication in the Use of Work–Life Policies
CL Ter Hoeven, VD Miller, B Peper, L Den Dulk
Management Communication Quarterly 31 (2), 194-229, 2017
Settling disputes between neighbours in the lifeworld: an evaluation of experiments with community mediation in the Netherlands
B Peper, F Spierings
European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 7, 483-507, 1999
Managing work-life policies in the European workplace: explorations for future research
L Dulk, B Peper
GBR, 2009
Work–family policies in a contradictory culture: A Dutch financial sector corporation
B Peper, L den Dulk, A van Doorne-Huiskes
Work, families and organisations in transition, 113-128, 2009
Bemiddelen bij conflicten tussen buren
B Peper, F Spierings, W Jong, J Blad, S Hogenhuis, V Altena
Eburon, 1999
Causes and consequences of the utilization of work-life policies by professionals:“Unconditional supervisor support required”
B Peper, J Dikkers, C Vinkenburg, M van Engen
Creating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of …, 2011
Workplace worklife balance support from a capabilities perspective
L Den Dulk, S Groeneveld, P Bram
Worklife balance: The agency and capabilities gap, 153-173, 2014
Work and family life in Europe: employment patterns of working parents across welfare states
L den Dulk, B Peper, A van Doorne-Huiskes
Flexible Working and Organisational Change: The Integration of Work and …, 2005
The impact of national policy on work-family experiences
L den Dulk, B Peper
The Oxford handbook of work and family, 300-314, 2016
Organisational change, gender and integration of work and private life
A van Doorne-Huiskes, L den Dulk, B Peper
Flexible Working and Organisational change. The Integration of Work and …, 2005
Capabilities for worklife balance: Managerial attitudes and employee practices in the Dutch, British, and Slovenian banking sector
B Peper, L den Dulk, N ČernigojSadar, S Lewis, J Smithson, ...
Worklife balance. The agency and capabilities gap, 206-237, 2014
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