Claudia Bernhard-Oettel
Claudia Bernhard-Oettel
Professor i psykologi, Stockholms universitet
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Employability and Employees’ Well‐Being: Mediation by Job Insecurity1
ND Cuyper, C Bernhard‐Oettel, E Berntson, HD Witte, B Alarco
Applied Psychology 57 (3), 488-509, 2008
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
Motives for accepting temporary employment: a typology
J De Jong, N De Cuyper, H De Witte, I Silla, C Bernhard‐Oettel
International journal of manpower, 2009
Employment contracts and psychological contracts in Europe
K Isaksson, C Bernhard, R Claes, H De Witte, D Guest, M Krausz, G Mohr, ...
Results from a Pilotstudy (Rep. No. 1), 2003
Linking job insecurity to well-being and organizational attitudes in Belgian workers: The role of security expectations and fairness
C Bernhard-Oettel, N De Cuyper, B Schreurs, H De Witte
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 22 (9), 1866-1886, 2011
The role of the formal employment contract in the range and fulfilment of the psychological contract: Testing a layered model
K Isaksson, N De Cuyper, C Bernhard Oettel, H De Witte
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 19 (6), 696-716, 2010
E Berntson, C Bernhard-Oettel, J Hellgren, K Näswall, M Sverke
Natur och kultur, 2016
The effect of job insecurity on employee health complaints: A within-person analysis of the explanatory role of threats to the manifest and latent benefits of work.
T Vander Elst, K Näswall, C Bernhard-Oettel, H De Witte, M Sverke
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 21 (1), 65, 2016
Job insecurity and well-being: The moderating role of job dependence
A Richter, K Näswall, C Bernhard-Oettel, M Sverke
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 23 (6), 816-829, 2014
Well-being and organizational attitudes in alternative employment: The role of contract and job preferences.
C Bernhard-Oettel, N De Cuyper, E Berntson, K Isaksson
International Journal of Stress Management 15 (4), 345, 2008
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
New work demands in higher education. A study of the relationship between excessive workload, coping strategies and subsequent health among academic staff
M Melin, W Astvik, C Bernhard-Oettel
Quality in Higher Education 20 (3), 290-308, 2014
Stuck in a job: being “locked-in” or at risk of becoming locked-in at the workplace and well-being over time
J Stengård, C Bernhard-Oettel, E Berntson, C Leineweber, G Aronsson
Work & Stress 30 (2), 152-172, 2016
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 Jong
Career Development International 16 (2), 114-139, 2011
The negative effects on mental health of being in a non-desired occupation in an increasingly precarious labour market
C Canivet, G Aronsson, C Bernhard-Oettel, C Leineweber, ...
SSM-population health 3, 516-524, 2017
Patterns of contract motives and work involvement in temporary work: Relationships to work-related and general well-being
C Bernhard-Oettel, K Isaksson, K Bellaagh
Economic and Industrial Democracy 29 (4), 565-591, 2008
Work attitudes, role stress and health indicators among different types of contingent workers in the Swedish health care sector
C Bernhard, M Sverke
Research and Practice in Human Resource Management 11 (2), 1-16, 2003
Alternative employment and well-being: Contract heterogeneity and differences among individuals
C Bernhard-Oettel
Psykologiska institutionen, 2008
Task-level work engagement of self-employed and organizationally employed high-skilled workers
A Bujacz, C Bernhard-Oettel, T Rigotti, P Lindfors
Career Development International, 2017
Flexible employment and temporary contracts: the employer’s perspective
K Isaksson, JM Peiró, C Bernhard-Oettel, A Caballer, FJ Gracia, J Ramos
Employment contracts, psychological contracts, and employee well-being, 45-64, 2010
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