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Magnus Sverke
Magnus Sverke
Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, Stockholm University
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No security: a meta-analysis and review of job insecurity and its consequences.
M Sverke, J Hellgren, K Näswall
Journal of occupational health psychology 7 (3), 242, 2002
31662002
A two-dimensional approach to job insecurity: Consequences for employee attitudes and well-being
J Hellgren, M Sverke, K Isaksson
European journal of work and organizational psychology 8 (2), 179-195, 1999
14411999
The nature of job insecurity: Understanding employment uncertainty on the brink of a new millennium
M Sverke, J Hellgren
Applied Psychology 51 (1), 23-42, 2002
12492002
Predicting perceived employability: human capital or labour market opportunities?
E Berntson, M Sverke, S Marklund
Economic and Industrial democracy 27 (2), 223-244, 2006
6982006
Does job insecurity lead to impaired well‐being or vice versa? Estimation of cross‐lagged effects using latent variable modelling
J Hellgren, M Sverke
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2003
5552003
The interactive effect of job involvement and organizational commitment on job turnover revisited: A note on the mediating role of turnover intention
A Sjöberg, M Sverke
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 41 (3), 247-252, 2000
4672000
Job insecurity: A literature review
M Sverke, J Hellgren, K Näswall
Arbetslivsinstitutet 1, 1-30, 2006
4362006
18 Enhancing work engagement through the management of human resources
WB Schaufeli, M Salanova
The individual in the changing working life, 380, 2008
3942008
Arbets-och organisationspsykologi: Individ och organisation i samspel
G Aronsson, J Hellgren, K Isaksson, G Johansson, M Sverke, I Torbiörn
Natur och kultur, 2012
3412012
The moderating role of personality characteristics on the relationship between job insecurity and strain
K Näswall, M Sverke, J Hellgren
Work & Stress 19 (1), 37-49, 2005
3262005
Associations between quantitative and qualitative job insecurity and well-being: A test in Belgian banks
H De Witte, N De Cuyper, Y Handaja, M Sverke, K Näswall, J Hellgren
International Studies of Management & Organization 40 (1), 40-56, 2010
3062010
The moderating role of employability in the association between job insecurity and exit, voice, loyalty and neglect
E Berntson, K Näswall, M Sverke
Economic and Industrial Democracy 31 (2), 215-230, 2010
2832010
Job insecurity and union membership: European unions in the wake of flexible production
M Sverke
Peter Lang, 2004
2582004
Investigating the relationship between employability and self-efficacy: A cross-lagged analysis
E Berntson, K Näswall, M Sverke
European journal of work and organizational psychology 17 (4), 413-425, 2008
2392008
Comparing three alternative types of employment with permanent full-time work: how do employment contract and perceived job conditions relate to health complaints?
C Bernhard-Oettel, M Sverke, H De Witte
Work & Stress 19 (4), 301-318, 2005
2332005
The individual in the changing working life
K Näswall, J Hellgren, M Sverke
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2007
221*2007
Predicting nurse burnout from demands and resources in three acute care hospitals under different forms of ownership: A cross-sectional questionnaire survey
N Hansen, M Sverke, K Näswall
International journal of nursing studies 46 (1), 96-107, 2009
2182009
Exit, voice and loyalty reactions to job insecurity in Sweden: Do unionized and non‐unionized employees differ?
M Sverke, J Hellgren
British Journal of Industrial Relations 39 (2), 167-182, 2001
1992001
An introduction to work and organizational psychology: An international perspective
N Chmiel, F Fraccaroli, M Sverke
John Wiley & Sons, 2017
1982017
A meta-analysis of job insecurity and employee performance: Testing temporal aspects, rating source, welfare regime, and union density as moderators
K Sverke, M., Låstad, L., Hellgren, J., Richter, A., & Näswall
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (4), 2536, 2019
1922019
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