Nele De Cuyper
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Not all job demands are equal: Differentiating job hindrances and job challenges in the Job Demands–Resources model
A Van den Broeck, N De Cuyper, H De Witte, M Vansteenkiste
European journal of work and organizational psychology 19 (6), 735-759, 2010
Literature review of theory and research on the psychological impact of temporary employment: Towards a conceptual model
N De Cuyper, J De Jong, H De Witte, K Isaksson, T Rigotti, R Schalk
International Journal of Management Reviews 10 (1), 25-51, 2008
Employability and Employees’ Well‐Being: Mediation by Job Insecurity1
ND Cuyper, C Bernhard‐Oettel, E Berntson, HD Witte, B Alarco
Applied Psychology 57 (3), 488-509, 2008
The impact of job insecurity and contract type on attitudes, well‐being and behavioural reports: a psychological contract perspective
N De Cuyper, H De Witte
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 79 (3), 395-409, 2006
Review of 30 years of longitudinal studies on the association between job insecurity and health and well‐being: Is there causal evidence?
H De Witte, J Pienaar, N De Cuyper
Australian Psychologist 51 (1), 18-31, 2016
Defining perceived employability: a psychological approach
D Vanhercke, N De Cuyper, E Peeters, H De Witte
Personnel Review 43 (4), 592-605, 2014
The Job Insecurity Scale: A psychometric evaluation across five European countries
T Vander Elst, H De Witte, N De Cuyper
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 23 (3), 364-380, 2014
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 insecurity and well-being: Moderation by employability
I Silla, N De Cuyper, FJ Gracia, JM Peiró, H De Witte
Journal of Happiness Studies 10, 739-751, 2009
Job insecurity in temporary versus permanent workers: Associations with attitudes, well-being, and behaviour
N De Cuyper, H De Witte
Work & Stress 21 (1), 65-84, 2007
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
Cross‐lagged associations between perceived external employability, job insecurity, and exhaustion: Testing gain and loss spirals according to the conservation of resources theory
N De Cuyper, A Mäkikangas, U Kinnunen, S Mauno, HD Witte
Journal of organizational behavior 33 (6), 770-788, 2012
Job insecurity and employability in fixed-term contractors, agency workers, and permanent workers: associations with job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment.
N De Cuyper, G Notelaers, H De Witte
Journal of occupational health psychology 14 (2), 193, 2009
The management paradox: Self‐rated employability and organizational commitment and performance
N De Cuyper, H De Witte
Personnel Review 40 (2), 152-172, 2011
Integrating different notions of employability in a dynamic chain: The relationship between job transitions, movement capital and perceived employability
A Forrier, M Verbruggen, N De Cuyper
Journal of Vocational behavior 89, 56-64, 2015
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
Associations between quantitative and qualitative job insecurity and well-being: A test in Belgian banks
H De Witte, N De Cuyper, Y Handaja, M Sverke, K Näswall, J Hellgren
International Studies of Management & Organization 40 (1), 40-56, 2010
The mediating role of frustration of psychological needs in the relationship between job insecurity and work-related well-being
T Vander Elst, A Van den Broeck, H De Witte, N De Cuyper
Work & Stress 26 (3), 252-271, 2012
Job insecurity, health and well-being
H De Witte, T Vander Elst, N De Cuyper
Sustainable working lives: Managing work transitions and health throughout …, 2015
Associations between perceived employability, employee well-being, and its contribution to organizational success: a matter of psychological contracts?
N De Cuyper, BIJM Van der Heijden, H De Witte
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (07), 1486-1503, 2011
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