His scientific interests lie mostly in Psychological contract, Social psychology, Labour economics, Management and Human resource management. The subject of his Psychological contract research is within the realm of Public relations. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Job attitude and Applied psychology.
His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Test and Scale development. His Management study incorporates themes from Engineering ethics, Originality, Value and Career development. Human resources, Job security, Turnover, Management styles and Salary is closely connected to Marketing in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Human resource management.
His primary areas of study are Psychological contract, Social psychology, Public relations, Labour economics and Social work. His Psychological contract research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Longitudinal study, Organizational commitment, Human resource management and Applied psychology. His Human resource management study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Management.
His primary area of study in Social psychology is in the field of Job satisfaction. His Social work study frequently involves adjacent topics like Social engagement.
René Schalk spends much of his time researching Social work, Social engagement, Youth work, Empowerment and Social psychology. His Social work study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Social policy, Gerontology and Public relations. His Social engagement research incorporates elements of Well-being, Quality of life, Social psychology, Developmental psychology and Work engagement.
His work in Youth work addresses subjects such as Agency, which are connected to disciplines such as Social environment, Work activity and Gender studies. His Empowerment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Work systems, Originality, Value and Knowledge management. His Social psychology research includes themes of Ambidexterity, Multinational corporation and Cultural diversity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social work, Well-being, Public relations, Agency and Youth work. The Social work study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention and Ambulatory care. René Schalk has researched Well-being in several fields, including Gerontology, Quality of life, Social psychology, Happiness and Social engagement.
His Community based research study in the realm of Public relations interacts with subjects such as Evidence-based policy, Evidence-based practice and Social justice. The various areas that René Schalk examines in his Agency study include Welfare state, Social psychology, Gender studies, Social environment and Qualitative property. His Youth work research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Identity and Work activity.
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The psychological contract in retrospect and prospect
Neil Anderson;René Schalk.
Literature review of theory and research on the psychological impact of temporary employment: Towards a conceptual model
Nele De Cuyper;Jeroen De Jong;Hans De Witte;Kerstin Isaksson.
Psychological contract development during organizational socialization: adaptation to reality and the role of reciprocity
Ans De Vos;Dirk Buyens;René Schalk.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (2003)
Psychological contracts in employment : Cross-national perspectives
Denise M. Rousseau;René Schalk.
THE EMPLOYEE-ORGANIZATION RELATIONSHIP: A TIMELY CONCEPT IN A PERIOD OF TRANSITION
Lynn M Shore;Lois E Tetrick;M.Susan Taylor;Jaqueline A.-M Coyle Shapiro.
Moving European research on work and ageing forward : Overview and agenda
René Schalk;Marc Van Veldhoven;Annet H. de Lange;Hans De Witte.
Towards a Dynamic Model of the Psychological Contract
Rene Schalk;Robert E. Roe.
Journal for The Theory of Social Behaviour (2007)
How to Measure the Psychological Contract? A Critical Criteria-Based Review of Measures
Charissa Freese;René Schalk.
South African Journal of Psychology (2008)
Making sense of a new employment relationship: Psychological contract-related information seeking and the role of work values and locus of control
Ans De Vos;Dirk Buyens;Rene Schalk.
International Journal of Selection and Assessment (2005)
How do virtual teams process information? A literature review and implications for management
Petru L. Curşeu;René Schalk;Inge Wessel.
Journal of Managerial Psychology (2008)
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