Hans De Witte
Hans De Witte
Full Professor Work Psychology, KU Leuven, Belgium
Verified email at ppw.kuleuven.be
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Job insecurity and psychological well-being: Review of the literature and exploration of some unresolved issues
HD Witte
European Journal of work and Organizational psychology 8 (2), 155-177, 1999
Explaining the relationships between job characteristics, burnout, and engagement: The role of basic psychological need satisfaction
A Van den Broeck, M Vansteenkiste, H De Witte, W Lens
Work & stress 22 (3), 277-294, 2008
Capturing autonomy, competence, and relatedness at work: Construction and initial validation of the Work‐related Basic Need Satisfaction scale
A Van den Broeck, M Vansteenkiste, H De Witte, B Soenens, W Lens
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 83 (4), 981-1002, 2010
Job insecurity: Review of the international literature on definitions, prevalence, antecedents and consequences
H De Witte
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 31 (4), 1-6, 2005
On the relations among work value orientations, psychological need satisfaction and job outcomes: A self‐determination theory approach
M Vansteenkiste, B Neyrinck, CP Niemiec, B Soenens, H De Witte, ...
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 80 (2), 251-277, 2007
Objective'vssubjective'job insecurity: Consequences of temporary work for job satisfaction and organizational commitment in four European countries
H De Witte, K Näswall
Economic and industrial democracy 24 (2), 149-188, 2003
Literature review of theory and research on the psychological impact of temporary employment: Towards a conceptual model
N De Cuyper, J De Jong, H De Witte, K Isaksson, T Rigotti, R Schalk
International Journal of Management Reviews 10 (1), 25-51, 2008
Not all job demands are equal: Differentiating job hindrances and job challenges in the Job Demands–Resources model
A Van den Broeck, N De Cuyper, H De Witte, M Vansteenkiste
European journal of work and organizational psychology 19 (6), 735-759, 2010
The impact of job insecurity and contract type on attitudes, well‐being and behavioural reports: a psychological contract perspective
N De Cuyper, H De Witte
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 79 (3), 395-409, 2006
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
Job insecurity, extrinsic and intrinsic job satisfaction and affective organisational commitment of maintenance workers in a parastatal
JH Buitendach, H De Witte
South African Journal of Business Management 36 (2), 27-37, 2005
Should I stay or should I go? Examining longitudinal relations among job resources and work engagement for stayers versus movers
AH De Lange, H De Witte, G Notelaers
Work & Stress 22 (3), 201-223, 2008
A qualitative study on the development of workplace bullying: Towards a three way model
E Baillien, I Neyens, H De Witte, N De Cuyper
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 19 (1), 1-16, 2009
Who feels insecure in Europe? Predicting job insecurity from background variables
K Näswall, H De Witte
Economic and industrial democracy 24 (2), 189-215, 2003
Review of 30 years of longitudinal studies on the association between job insecurity and health and well‐being: Is there causal evidence?
H De Witte, J Pienaar, N De Cuyper
Australian Psychologist 51 (1), 18-31, 2016
Job insecurity and well-being: Moderation by employability
I Silla, N De Cuyper, FJ Gracia, JM Peiro, H De Witte
Journal of Happiness Studies 10 (6), 739-751, 2009
Arbeidsethos en jobonzekerheid: meting en gevolgen voor welzijn, tevredenheid en inzet op het werk
H De Witte
Van groep naar gemeenschap. liber amicorum prof. dr. leo lagrou, 325-350, 2000
The ‘why’and ‘why not’of job search behaviour: their relation to searching, unemployment experience, and well‐being
M Vansteenkiste, W Lens, S De Witte, H De Witte, EL Deci
European journal of social psychology 34 (3), 345-363, 2004
Job insecurity in temporary versus permanent workers: Associations with attitudes, well-being, and behaviour
N De Cuyper, H De Witte
Work & Stress 21 (1), 65-84, 2007
Measuring exposure to bullying at work: The validity and advantages of the latent class cluster approach
G Notelaers, S Einarsen, H De Witte, JK Vermunt
Work & Stress 20 (4), 289-302, 2006
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