Steven Kilroy
Steven Kilroy
Tilburg University
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Perceptions of high‐involvement work practices, person‐organization fit, and burnout: A time‐lagged study of health care employees
S Kilroy, PC Flood, J Bosak, D Chênevert
Human Resource Management 56 (5), 821-835, 2017
Perceptions of high‐involvement work practices and burnout: the mediating role of job demands
S Kilroy, PC Flood, J Bosak, D Chênevert
Human Resource Management Journal 26 (4), 408-424, 2016
The future of workplace commitment: key questions and directions
YGT van Rossenberg, HJ Klein, K Asplund, K Bentein, H Breitsohl, ...
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 27 (2), 153-167, 2018
Towards a general research framework for social media research using big data
T Lynn, P Healy, S Kilroy, G Hunt, L Van Der Werff, S Venkatagiri, ...
2015 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC), 1-8, 2015
New graduate nurses’ professional commitment: Antecedents and outcomes
S Guerrero, D Chênevert, S Kilroy
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 49 (5), 572-579, 2017
When do bundles of high performance work systems reduce employee absenteeism? The moderating role of workload
R de Reuver, K Van de Voorde, S Kilroy
The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-21, 2019
Evaluation of peak detection algorithms for social media event detection
P Healy, G Hunt, S Kilroy, T Lynn, JP Morrison, S Venkatagiri
2015 10th International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and …, 2015
The role of change readiness and colleague support in the role stressors and withdrawal behaviors relationship among health care employees
D Chênevert, S Kilroy, J Bosak
Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2019
The relationship between attachment style and creativity: the mediating roles of LMX and TMX
M Kirrane, S Kilroy, R Kidney, PC Flood, R Bauwens
The European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 2019
The moderating effect of team psychological empowerment on the relationship between abusive supervision and engagement
M Kirrane, S Kilroy, C O’Connor
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2019
Time to recover: The moderating role of psychological detachment in the link between perceptions of high-involvement work practices and burnout
S Kilroy, J Bosak, PC Flood, R Peccei
Journal of Business Research 108, 52-61, 2020
Employees perceptions of non‐monetary recognition practice and turnover: Does recognition source alignment and contrast matter?
D Chênevert, K Hill, S Kilroy
Human Resource Management Journal, 2021
New Kids on the Block? A Bibliometric Analysis of Emerging COVID-19 -Trends in Leadership Research
R Bauwens, S Batistič, S Kilroy, S Nijs
Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 2021
Performance management
S Kilroy
Human Resource Management: A Concise Introduction. In Carbery, R & Cross, C, 2019
Employee perceptions of high involvement work practices and burnout in health care: a conservation of resources theory perspective
S Kilroy
Dublin City University, 2015
Examining the role of transformational leadership and mission valence on burnout among hospital staff
J Bosak, S Kilroy, D Chênevert, PC Flood
Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 2021
Transformational Leadership, mission valence and long term burnout
J Bosak, D Chenevert, S Kilroy, PC Flood
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 16365, 2021
Lean management and employee well-being: reconciling conflicting findings and ensuring successful implementation
S Kilroy, P Flood
In P. Brough, K. Daniels, & E. Gardiner (Eds.), Handbook on Management and …, 2021
Reducing burnout among nurses: The role of high-involvement work practices and colleague support.
S Kilroy, J Bosak, D Chênevert, PC Flood, K Hill
Health Care Management Review, 2021
L'épuisement professionnel des médecins québécois: étude des déterminants et des conséquences
D Chênevert, K Johnson, P Colombat, S Kilroy
Symposium MAPS" Management et psychiatrie: quelles innovations …, 2019
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