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The practical paradox of technology: The influence of communication technology use on employee burnout and engagement
CL Ter Hoeven, W van Zoonen, KL Fonner
Communication monographs 83 (2), 239-263, 2016
Flexible work designs and employee well‐being: Examining the effects of resources and demands
CL ter Hoeven, W van Zoonen
New Technology, Work and Employment 30 (3), 237-255, 2015
How employees use Twitter to talk about work: A typology of work-related tweets
W van Zoonen, JWM Verhoeven, R Vliegenthart
Computers in Human Behavior 55, 329-339, 2016
The importance of source and credibility perception in times of crisis: Crisis communication in a socially mediated era
W van Zoonen, T van der Meer
Journal of public relations research 27 (5), 371-388, 2015
Understanding the consequences of public social media use for work
W Van Zoonen, JWM Verhoeven, R Vliegenthart
European Management Journal 35 (5), 595-605, 2017
Employees work-related social-media use: His master's voice
W van Zoonen, TGLA van der Meer, JWM Verhoeven
Public Relations Review 40 (5), 850-852, 2014
Social media’s dark side: Inducing boundary conflicts
W van Zoonen, JWM Verhoeven, R Vliegenthart
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2016
Social media research: The application of supervised machine learning in organizational communication research.
W van Zoonen, GLA Toni
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 132-141, 2016
Paradoxical implications of personal social media use for work
W van Zoonen, RE Rice
New Technology, Work and Employment 32 (3), 228-246, 2017
Understanding work-related social media use: An extension of theory of planned behavior
W van Zoonen, J Verhoeven, W Elving
International journal of management, economics and social sciences, 164-183, 2014
Explaining online ambassadorship behaviors on Facebook and LinkedIn
W van Zoonen, J Bartels, AM van Prooijen, AP Schouten
Computers in Human Behavior 87, 354-362, 2018
The news value of Dutch corporate press releases as a predictor of corporate agenda building power
P Schafraad, W van Zoonen, P Verhoeven
Public Relations Review 42 (3), 451-458, 2016
A public goods model of outcomes from online knowledge sharing mediated by mental model processing
RE Rice, M Heinz, W van Zoonen
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2019
Talking engagement into being: A three-wave panel study linking boundary management preferences, work communication on social media, and employee engagement
W van Zoonen, S Banghart
Journal of computer-mediated communication 23 (5), 278-293, 2018
The role of organizational identification and the desire to succeed in employees’ use of personal twitter accounts for work
W van Zoonen, JW Treem
Computers in Human Behavior 100, 26-34, 2019
Helping others and feeling engaged in the context of workplace flexibility: The importance of communication control
CL Ter Hoeven, W Van Zoonen
International journal of business communication, 2329488419898799, 2020
Automated 1-2-1 Communication
T Araujo, W van Zoonen, C ter Hoeven
AmsterdamStichting Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Commerciële Communicatie, SWOCC, 2019
Understanding constant connectivity to work: How and for whom is constant connectivity related to employee well-being?
N Büchler, CL ter Hoeven, W van Zoonen
Information and Organization 30 (3), 100302, 2020
Boundary communication: how smartphone use after hours is associated with work-life conflict and organizational identification
W van Zoonen, A Sivunen, RE Rice
Journal of Applied Communication Research 48 (3), 372-392, 2020
Disruptions and General Distress for Essential and Nonessential Employees During the COVID-19 Pandemic
W van Zoonen, CL Ter Hoeven
Journal of Business and Psychology, 1-16, 2021
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