Tanya Bondarouk
Tanya Bondarouk
Professor Human Resource Management, University of Twente
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E-HRM: Innovation or irritation. An explorative empirical study in five large companies on web-based HRM
H RuŽl, T Bondarouk, JK Looise
Management revue, 364-380, 2004
Electronic Human Resource Management: challenges in the digital era
TV Bondarouk, HJM RuŽl
The international journal of human resource management 20 (3), 505-514, 2009
Electronic HRM: four decades of research on adoption and consequences
T Bondarouk, E Parry, E Furtmueller
The International Journal of human resource management 28 (1), 98-131, 2017
The contribution of e‐HRM to HRM effectiveness: Results from a quantitative study in a Dutch Ministry
HJM Ruel, TV Bondarouk, M Van der Velde
Employee relations 29 (3), 280-291, 2007
Conceptualising the future of HRM and technology research
T Bondarouk, C Brewster
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (21), 2652-2671, 2016
The rise (and fall?) of HR analytics: A study into the future application, value, structure, and system support
S Van den Heuvel, T Bondarouk
Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance 4 (2), 157-178, 2017
The strategic value of e-HRM: results from an exploratory study in a governmental organization
T Bondarouk, H RuŽl
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (2), 391-414, 2013
Does e-HRM lead to better HRM service?
T Bondarouk, R Harms, D Lepak
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (9), 1332-1362, 2017
e-HRM effectiveness in a public sector organization: a multi-stakeholder perspective
T Bondarouk, H RuŽl, B van der Heijden
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 20 (3), 578-590, 2009
Innovative work behaviour in knowledge-intensive public sector organizations: the case of supervisors in the Netherlands fire services
A Bos-Nehles, T Bondarouk, K Nijenhuis
The International Journal of human resource management 28 (2), 379-398, 2017
Employees as active consumers of HRM: Linking employees’ HRM competences with their perceptions of HRM service value
JG Meijerink, T Bondarouk, DP Lepak
Human resource management 55 (2), 219-240, 2016
Conceptualising the capabilities and value creation of HRM shared service models
M Maatman, T Bondarouk, JK Looise
Human Resource Management Review 20 (4), 327-339, 2010
Chapter 1 theoretical approaches to e-HRM implementations
T Bondarouk
Electronic HRM in theory and practice, 1-20, 2011
Action-oriented group learning in the implementation of information technologies: results from three case studies
TV Bondarouk
European Journal of Information Systems 15 (1), 42-53, 2006
Perceptions of HRM and their effect on dimensions of innovative work behaviour: Evidence from a manufacturing firm
A Veenendaal, T Bondarouk
Management revue, 138-160, 2015
Framing the implementation of HRM innovation: HR professionals vs line managers in a construction company
T Bondarouk, J Kees Looise, B Lempsink
Personnel review 38 (5), 472-491, 2009
Reconsidering EU Compliance: Implementation performance in the field of environmental policy
E Bondarouk, E Mastenbroek
Environmental Policy and Governance 28 (1), 15-27, 2018
Advancing multilevel thinking in human resource management research: Applications and guidelines
M Renkema, J Meijerink, T Bondarouk
Human resource management review 27 (3), 397-415, 2017
What is the future of employer branding through social media? Results of the Delphi study into the perceptions of HR professionals and academics
T Bondarouk, H RuŽl, E Axinia, R Arama
Social media in human resources management, 23-57, 2014
The dynamic nature of HRM implementation: a structuration perspective
J van Mierlo, T Bondarouk, K Sanders
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (22), 3026-3045, 2018
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