Michael Clinton
Michael Clinton
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
How the impact of HR practices on employee well‐being and performance changes with age
DTAM Kooij, DE Guest, M Clinton, T Knight, PGW Jansen, JSE Dikkers
Human Resource Management Journal 23 (1), 18-35, 2013
Assessing competency in nursing: a comparison of nurses prepared through degree and diploma programmes
M Clinton, T Murrells, S Robinson
Journal of clinical nursing 14 (1), 82-94, 2005
A study exploring the impact of lecture capture availability and lecture capture usage on student attendance and attainment
MR Edwards, ME Clinton
Higher Education 77 (3), 403-421, 2019
Psychological contract breach and voluntary turnover: Testing a multiple mediation model
ME Clinton, DE Guest
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 87 (1), 200-207, 2014
Free or precarious? A comparison of the attitudes of workers in flexible and traditional employment contracts
DE Guest, P Oakley, M Clinton, A Budjanovcanin
Human Resource Management Review 16 (2), 107-124, 2006
A grounded theory of portfolio working: Experiencing the smallest of small businesses
M Clinton, P Totterdell, S Wood
International Small Business Journal 24 (2), 179-203, 2006
“It’s tough hanging-up a call”: the relationships between calling and work hours, psychological detachment, sleep quality, and morning vigor.
ME Clinton, N Conway, J Sturges
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 22 (1), 28, 2017
Using self‐determination theory to understand the relationship between calling enactment and daily well‐being
N Conway, M Clinton, J Sturges, A Budjanovcanin
Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (8), 1114-1131, 2015
Job satisfaction in nursing: validation of a new instrument for the UK
T Murrells, M Clinton, S Robinson
Journal of Nursing Management 13 (4), 296-311, 2005
Job embeddedness: A new attitudinal measure
M Clinton, T Knight, DE Guest
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 20 (1), 111-117, 2012
Testing universalistic and contingency HRM assumptions across job levels
M Clinton, DE Guest
Personnel Review, 2013
Temporary employment contracts, workers’ well-being and behaviour: evidence from the UK
D Guest, M Clinton
King’s College London: Working Paper, 2006
Job insecurity and well-being in the temporary workforce: Testing volition and contract expectations as boundary conditions
C Bernhard-Oettel, T Rigotti, M Clinton, J De Jong
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 22 (2), 203-217, 2013
Highly qualified and highly ambitious: implications for workforce retention of realising the career expectations of graduate nurses in England
S Robinson, T Murrells, M Clinton
Human Resource Management Journal 16 (3), 287-312, 2006
Human resource management and university performance
DE Guest, M Clinton
Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, 2007
Expanding the temporal context of research on non‐permanent work: Previous experience, duration of and time remaining on contracts and employment continuity expectations
M Clinton, C Bernhard‐Oettel, T Rigotti, J de Jong
Career Development International, 2011
A tale of two courses: comparing careers and competencies of nurses prepared via three-year degree and three-year diploma courses
S Robinson, T Murrells, G Hickey, M Clinton, A Tingle
Kings College London, 2003
HRM and employee well-being
M Clinton, M van Veldhoven
Managing human resources: Human resource management in transition, 364-388, 2012
Instruction work and blue print for methodology
T Rigotti, G Mohr, N De Cuyper, H De Witte, C Bernhard, K Isaksson, ...
Unpublished research report. Leipzig: Germany, 2003
Nonlinear associations between breached obligations and employee well-being
J de De Jong, M Clinton, T Rigotti, C Bernhard-Oettel
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2015
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20