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- Disciplines:Work and organisational psychology
- Department of Human Resource Management and Organisational Psychology (Department)
MemberFrom1 Jan 2020 → 30 Sep 2020
- Department of Work, Organisation and Society (Department)
MemberFrom1 Oct 2013 → Today
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- The job choice process from a marketing perspective: Effects of the information processing contextFrom1 Oct 2015 → 30 Sep 2020Funding: FWO fellowships
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- There is more to life than money: PhD holdersU+2019 satisfaction with their fringe benefits : ECOOM brief 28(2020)Pages: 5 p.
- There is more to life than money: de tevredenheid van doctoraathouders over extralegale voordelen - Ecoom brief 28(2020)Pages: 5 p.
- Differentiation is key : should employers offer something unique or the same yet better?(2020)Pages: 753 - 763
- PhD candidates and their satisfaction with non-academic career opportunities : Ecoom brief 31(2020)Pages: 5 p.
- Doctorandi en hun tevredenheid met de carrièrekansen in de niet-academische sector : ECOOM Brief 31(2020)Pages: 5 p.
- PhD holders through the eyes of non-academic employers: A state of-the-art literature review : Ecoom brief 32(2020)Pages: 4 p.
- PhD holders and job contracts: is one better off in the non-academic sector? Ecoom brief 30(2020)Pages: 4 p.
- From job title to job speed date : exploring new perspectives on recruitment(2020)
Authors: Lien WillePages: 231 p.
- To be yourself or to be your ideal self? Outcomes of potential applicants' actual and ideal self-congruity perceptions(2018)Pages: 107 - 119
- When job ads turn you down : how requirements in job ads may stop instead of attract highly qualified women(2018)Pages: 464 - 475