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
1772011
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
1682007
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
1282004
Working Parents' use of work-life policies
L Den Dulk, B Peper
Sociologia 53, 51-70, 2007
862007
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
702011
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
522005
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
452013
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, 118-139, 2005
392005
Managing work-life policies in the European workplace: explorations for future research
L Dulk, B Peper
GBR, 2009
222009
Bemiddelen bij conflicten tussen buren
B Peper, F Spierings, W de Jong, J Blad, S Hogenhuis, V Altena
Een sociaal-wetenschappelijke evaluatie van experimenten met …, 1999
211999
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
192016
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 (4), 483-507, 1999
191999
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?, 225-250, 2011
182011
Work-family policies in a contradictory culture: a Dutch financial sector corporation
B Peper, L den Dulk, A van Doorne-Huiskes
na, 2009
182009
The impact of national policy on work-family experiences
L den Dulk, B Peper
The Oxford handbook of work and family, 300-314, 2016
142016
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
142014
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
142005
“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
132017
De samenleving
JJ Macionis
Pearson Education, 2010
132010
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
132005
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