Sanne Nijs
Sanne Nijs
Assistant Professor, Tilburg University
Потвърден имейл адрес: uvt.nl
Towards an understanding of talent management as a phenomenon-driven field using bibliometric and content analysis
E Gallardo-Gallardo, S Nijs, N Dries, P Gallo
Human resource management review 25 (3), 264-279, 2015
A multidisciplinary review into the definition, operationalization, and measurement of talent
S Nijs, E Gallardo-Gallardo, N Dries, L Sels
Journal of World Business 49 (2), 180-191, 2014
Manifesto for the future of work and organizational psychology
PM Bal, E Dóci, X Lub, YGT Van Rossenberg, S Nijs, S Achnak, RB Briner, ...
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 28 (3), 289-299, 2019
Learning in the second half of the career: stimulating and prohibiting reasons for participation in formal learning activities
E Kyndt, M Michielsen, L Van Nooten, S Nijs, H Baert
International Journal of Lifelong Education 30 (5), 681-699, 2011
New kids on the block? A bibliometric analysis of emerging COVID-19—trends in leadership research
R Bauwens, S Batistič, S Kilroy, S Nijs
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 29 (2), 224-232, 2022
Leaders under pressure: time pressure and state core self-evaluations as antecedents of transformational leadership behaviour
E Dóci, J Hofmans, S Nijs, TA Judge
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 29 (4), 515-524, 2020
Reframing talent identification as a status‐organising process: Examining talent hierarchies through data mining
S Nijs, N Dries, V Van Vlasselaer, L Sels
Human Resource Management Journal 32 (1), 169-193, 2022
Unpacking psychological inequalities in organisations: Psychological capital reconsidered
E Doci, L Knappert, S Nijs, J Hofmans
Applied Psychology 72 (1), 44-63, 2023
Toward a sustainable career perspective on contingent work: a critical review and a research agenda
J Retkowsky, S Nijs, J Akkermans, P Jansen, SN Khapova
Career Development International 28 (1), 1-18, 2023
Mapping methods in careers research: a review and future research agenda
J Akkermans, CI Lee, S Nijs, A Mylona, JK Oostrom
Handbook of Research Methods in Careers, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 9-32, 2021
Seeking stability in unstable employment: An exploratory study of temporary agency workers' career self-management
J Retkowsky, S Nijs, J Akkermans, S Khapova, P Jansen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 143, 103877, 2023
The costs of store sales for retail workers
P van der Laken, S Beijer, S Nijs, M van Veldhoven, J Paauwe
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 536970, 2020
Talent Identification and Status: Using Data Mining to Understand Talent Hierarchies in Teams
S Nijs, N Dries, V Van Vlasselaer, L Sels
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 10747, 2018
Ontology, Epistemology and Methodology
J Mendy, S Nijs, C McKew, X Lub, K Khuda, S Hornung, B Hopkins, ...
Edward Elgar, 2024
A paradox perspective on talent management: a multi-level analysis of paradoxes and their responses in talent management
R Tahmasebi, S Nijs
The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-56, 2023
Tough love in the ecosystem of the gig economy-An ethnographic study on gig workers’ social exchange experiences
J Retkowsky, J Akkermans, S Nijs, SN Khapova, P Jansen
Academy of Management Conference 2022: Creating a better world together, 2022
Seeking stability in unstable employment? A qualitative study on agency workers’ career self-management
J Retkowsky, S Nijs, J Akkermans, SN Khapova, P Jansen
Flexwerkers zijn waardevol, laten we daar naar handelen
J Retkowsky, S Nijs, J Akkermans
Het Parool 2020, 2020
Intersectionality in Talent Management: Broadening our Sight for More Inclusive Theorizing
F Afiouni, M B Ozturk, B Beham, K Bohle Carbonell, J Burns, E Dóci, ...
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 13005, 2020
Hoe goed werken alle nieuwe tests om kandidaten te selecteren?
J Oostrom, S Nijs, J Akkermans
Werf&, 2018
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