Pascale Peters
Nyenrode Business University
EngineeringSociologyBusinessLabour economicsEmployabilityPsychologyEconomicsWork (electrical)Political scienceManagementHuman resource managementPerspective (graphical)Flexibility (personality)Work–life balanceEmployment relationshipHome basedAffect (psychology)Public relationsProcess (engineering)Knowledge managementSocial psychology
150Publications
14H-index
929Citations
Publications 153
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#1Omar HabetsH-Index: 2
Last. Pascale PetersH-Index: 14
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This longitudinal, quantitative study contributes to the debate on technology-based professional development by examining the extent to which a learning (LinkedIn) intervention in a university setting affects an individual’s social media use for professional development, and the extent to which this relates to self-reported employability. In addition, we investigated how this relationship is moderated by an individual’s motivation to communicate through social media (LinkedIn). Based on social c...
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#1M.J.H. Coun (OU: Open University)H-Index: 1
#2Pascale Peters (Nyenrode Business University)H-Index: 14
Last. Jaap Schaveling (Nyenrode Business University)H-Index: 5
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The study investigates to what extent empowering HRM practices (i.e., workplace flexibility, professional autonomy, and access to knowledge via ICT) and empowering leadership have the potential to ...
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#1Ramon van Ingen (Nyenrode Business University)H-Index: 1
Last. Henry S.J. Robben (Nyenrode Business University)H-Index: 21
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Organizational purpose has flourished in the professional management literature, yet despite increased scholarly interest, academic knowledge and empirical research on the topic remain scarce. Moreover, studies that have been conducted contain important oversights including the lack of a clear conceptualization and misinterpretations that hinder the further development and understanding of organizational purpose. In view of these shortcomings, our interview study aimed to contribute to academic ...
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This pilot study aimed to evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training and to examine positive and negative symptom-focused mental health variables. The mental health variables were used to test the predictive validity of the training among healthcare professionals. Thirty healthcare professionals participated in this non-randomized pre-post intervention pilot study. The questionnaire on mental health was filled in twice. Baseline and post-in...
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#1Pascale PetersH-Index: 14
#2M.J.H. CounH-Index: 1
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees in non-essential occupations, particularly in the public sector, have increased their hours working from home in quarantine making use of information and communication technologies (telehomeworking) to avoid the spread of the corona virus and to maintain productivity. Intensification of weekly telehomeworking hours, however, enhances the risk of work and family time becoming blurred, particularly due to deviations in the allocation of working hours ov...
#1Sascha Kraus-Hoogeveen (Radboud University Nijmegen)H-Index: 3
#2Pascale Peters (Radboud University Nijmegen)H-Index: 14
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Purpose This mixed-method study aims to contribute to the scholarly debate by outlining an individual-level theoretical framework for public value creation and evaluation that builds upon a social exchange perspective. It provides insights into the normative frames of primary stakeholders in the Dutch care at home sector, that is professionals, managers, clients and informal care providers. Design/methodology/approach A mixed-method design comprising a customized survey among 349 stakeholders, p...
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#1Omar HabetsH-Index: 2
#2Jol StoffersH-Index: 9
Last. Pascale PetersH-Index: 14
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This study contributes to the employability skills debate by investigating how students’ self-perceived 21st century skills relate to the self-perceived fit between their higher education curriculum and their future labor market for a sustainable entry to this labor market. Survey data from 4670 fourth-year students over a period of four years were analyzed. Furthermore, out of this group, 83 students were monitored longitudinally over their full educational student careers. Results showed a pos...
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#1Pascale Peters (Radboud University Nijmegen)H-Index: 14
#2Rob Blomme (OU: Open University)H-Index: 2
Last. Beatrice van der HeijdenH-Index: 54
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Using the job demands-resources theory incorporating a job-crafting perspective to develop a set of hypotheses, this study contributes to the self-employment and freelancing literature by examining whether female freelancers use their agency to mobilize their personal resources (i.e. work-related values) to craft their work resources (i.e. work–control indicators: work autonomy and time-spatial flexibility) to achieve more career satisfaction. Our structural partial least squares model (N = 203)...
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#2Pascale PetersH-Index: 14
Last. RJ Blomme
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