“The Work Must Go On”: The Role of Employee and Managerial Communication in the Use of Work–Life Policies

Author(s), Title and Publication Hoeven, C.L. ter, Miller, V., Peper, A. & Dulk, L. den (2017). “The Work Must Go On”: The role of employee and managerial communication in the use of work–life policies. Management Communication Quarterly, 31(2), 194 –229. DOI: 10.1177/0893318916684980 Summary Despite extensive work-life regulations in comparison to the U.S., many employees in the Netherlands do not take […]

What Makes Us Enthusiastic, Angry, Feeling at Rest or Worried? Development and Validation of an Affective Work Events Taxonomy Using Concept Mapping Methodology

Authors, Title and Publication Ohly, S., & Schmitt, A. (2015). What makes us enthusiastic, angry, feeling at rest or worried? Development and validation of an affective work events taxonomy using concept mapping methodology. Journal of Business & Psychology, 30(1), 15-35. The research reported in this article aims to develop a comprehensive taxonomy of affective work events. Affective […]

Four Ways Smartphones Influence Social Norms and Employee Engagement

Authors, Title and Publication Derks, D., Duin, D., Tims, M., & Bakker, A. B. (2015). Smartphone use and work–home interference: The moderating role of social norms and employee work engagement. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 88, 155–177. This article aims to shed light on the relationship between daily smartphone use and daily work–home interference […]