Greet Van Hoye
Greet Van Hoye
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University
Verified email at ugent.be
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Organizational Identity and Employer Image: Towards a Unifying Framework*
F Lievens, G Van Hoye, F Anseel
British Journal of Management 18, S45-S59, 2007
6582007
Examining the relationship between employer knowledge dimensions and organizational attractiveness: An application in a military context
F Lievens, G Van Hoye, B Schreurs
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 78 (4), 553-572, 2005
3662005
Networking as a job search behaviour: A social network perspective
G Van Hoye, EAJ Van Hooft, F Lievens
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 82 (3), 661-682, 2009
2762009
Tapping the grapevine: A closer look at word-of-mouth as a recruitment source.
G Van Hoye, F Lievens
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (2), 341, 2009
2732009
Social Influences on Organizational Attractiveness: Investigating If and When Word of Mouth Matters1
G Van Hoye, F Lievens
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (9), 2024-2047, 2007
2132007
Recruitment‐related information sources and organizational attractiveness: Can something be done about negative publicity?
G Van Hoye, F Lievens
International Journal of Selection and assessment 13 (3), 179-187, 2005
1852005
Investigating web‐based recruitment sources: Employee testimonials vs word‐of‐mouse
G Van Hoye, F Lievens
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 15 (4), 372-382, 2007
1732007
The instrumental and symbolic dimensions of organisations' image as an employer: A large‐scale field study on employer branding in Turkey
G Van Hoye, T Bas, S Cromheecke, F Lievens
Applied Psychology 62 (4), 543-557, 2013
1402013
Moving beyond job search quantity: Towards a conceptualization and self-regulatory framework of job search quality
EAJ Van Hooft, CR Wanberg, G Van Hoye
Organizational Psychology Review 3 (1), 3-40, 2013
1382013
Privacy and attitudes towards internet‐based selection systems: A cross‐cultural comparison
MM Harris, GV Hoye, F Lievens
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 11 (2‐3), 230-236, 2003
1292003
The instrumental‐symbolic framework: Organisational image and attractiveness of potential applicants and their companions at a job fair
G Van Hoye, AM Saks
Applied Psychology 60 (2), 311-335, 2011
1222011
International perspectives on the legal environment for selection
B Myors, F Lievens, E Schollaert, G Van Hoye, SF Cronshaw, A Mladinic, ...
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 1 (2), 206-246, 2008
1132008
“I think they discriminated against me”: Using prototype theory and organizational justice theory for understanding perceived discrimination in selection and promotion situations
MM Harris, F Lievens, G Van Hoye
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 12 (1‐2), 54-65, 2004
1122004
Job search as goal-directed behavior: Objectives and methods
G Van Hoye, AM Saks
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (3), 358-367, 2008
872008
Nursing recruitment: relationship between perceived employer image and nursing employees’ recommendations
G Van Hoye
Journal of Advanced Nursing 63 (4), 366-375, 2008
762008
The effects of sexual orientation on hirability ratings: An experimental study
G Van Hoye, F Lievens
Journal of Business and Psychology 18 (1), 15-30, 2003
762003
Recruitment sources and organizational attraction: A field study of Belgian nurses
G Van Hoye
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 21 (3), 376-391, 2012
602012
Recruiting through employee referrals: An examination of employees’ motives
G Van Hoye
Human performance 26 (5), 451-464, 2013
582013
Applicant–employee fit in personality: Testing predictions from similarity‐attraction theory and trait activation theory
G Van Hoye, DB Turban
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 23 (3), 210-223, 2015
562015
Coping with unemployment: Personality, role demands, and time structure
G Van Hoye, H Lootens
Journal of Vocational Behavior 82 (2), 85-95, 2013
562013
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