His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Public relations, Job satisfaction, Talent management and Distributive justice. His study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Labor Forces, Order and Work effort. Roland Pepermans usually deals with Order and limits it to topics linked to Critical success factor and Task.
His work in Public relations addresses subjects such as Empirical research, which are connected to disciplines such as Management and Career management. His Job satisfaction study incorporates themes from Nursing, Turnover, Human resource management and Measurement invariance. His Talent management research includes elements of Procedural justice, Archival research, Employee research and Organizational justice.
Roland Pepermans mainly focuses on Social psychology, Public relations, Psychological contract, Talent management and Applied psychology. His is involved in several facets of Social psychology study, as is seen by his studies on Job satisfaction, Psychological contract breach, Turnover intention, Organizational commitment and Pay satisfaction. Roland Pepermans studies Job performance, a branch of Job satisfaction.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Corporate governance and Agency. He integrates many fields, such as Psychological contract and Ideology, in his works. Talent management is a subfield of Knowledge management that Roland Pepermans studies.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Psychological contract, Psychological contract breach, Public relations and Counterproductive work behavior. His research integrates issues of Test, Personnel selection and Self-determination theory in his study of Social psychology. The various areas that he examines in his Test study include Sample and Work effort.
Roland Pepermans combines subjects such as Externalization and Need satisfaction with his study of Self-determination theory. Roland Pepermans works mostly in the field of Psychological contract, limiting it down to concerns involving Affect and, occasionally, Multilevel model, Mediation and Experience sampling method. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Job satisfaction, Corporate governance and Talent management.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Psychological contract, Competence, Self-determination theory and Talent management. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Feeling, intersects with other areas such as Ideology. His studies deal with areas such as Perspective and Survey data collection as well as Psychological contract.
His studies in Competence integrate themes in fields like Confirmatory factor analysis and Frustration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Employability, Loyalty, Function and Public relations. His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Procedural justice, Archival research and Job satisfaction.
Exploring four generations' beliefs about career: Is “satisfied” the new “successful”?
Nicky Dries;Roland Pepermans;Evelien De Kerpel.
Journal of Managerial Psychology (2008)
Career success: Constructing a multidimensional model
Nicky Dries;Roland Pepermans;Olivier Carlier.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2008)
Revisiting the impact of job satisfaction and organizational commitment on nurse turnover intention: an individual differences analysis.
Sara De Gieter;Joeri Hofmans;Roland Pepermans.
International Journal of Nursing Studies (2011)
Principal‐agent relationships on the stewardship‐agency axis
Ralf Caers;Cindy Du Bois;Marc Jegers;Sara De Gieter.
Nonprofit Management and Leadership (2006)
The role of perceived organizational justice in shaping the outcomes of talent management: A research agenda
Jolyn Gelens;Nicky Dries;Joeri Hofmans;Roland Pepermans.
Human Resource Management Review (2013)
“Real” high‐potential careers: An empirical study into the perspectives of organisations and high potentials
Nicky Dries;Roland Pepermans.
Personnel Review (2007)
Person–organization fit: Testing socialization and attraction–selection–attrition hypotheses
Rein De Cooman;Sara De Gieter;Roland Pepermans;Sabrina Hermans.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2009)
Autonomous Motivation Stimulates Volunteers’ Work Effort: A Self-Determination Theory Approach to Volunteerism
J. Bidee;T. Vantilborgh;R. Pepermans;G. Huybrechts.
A Cross-Sector Comparison of Motivation-Related Concepts in For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Service Organizations
Rein De Cooman;Sara De Gieter;Roland Pepermans;Marc Jegers.
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (2011)
Talent management and organisational justice: employee reactions to high potential identification
Jolyn Gelens;Jolyn Gelens;Joeri Hofmans;Nicky Dries;Roland Pepermans.
Human Resource Management Journal (2014)
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