Kerstin Alfes
Kerstin Alfes
Professor of Organisation and Human Resource Management, ESCP Business School Berlin
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The link between perceived human resource management practices, engagement and employee behaviour: a moderated mediation model
K Alfes, AD Shantz, C Truss, EC Soane
The international journal of human resource management 24 (2), 330-351, 2013
9282013
The meaning, antecedents and outcomes of employee engagement: A narrative synthesis
C Bailey, A Madden, K Alfes, L Fletcher
International Journal of Management Reviews 19 (1), 31-53, 2017
6852017
The relationship between line manager behavior, perceived HRM practices, and individual performance: Examining the mediating role of engagement
K Alfes, C Truss, EC Soane, C Rees, M Gatenby
Human resource management 52 (6), 839-859, 2013
4662013
Employee engagement, organisational performance and individual well-being: exploring the evidence, developing the theory
C Truss, A Shantz, E Soane, K Alfes, R Delbridge
The international journal of human resource management 24 (14), 2657-2669, 2013
4342013
Development and application of a new measure of employee engagement: the ISA Engagement Scale
E Soane, C Truss, K Alfes, A Shantz, C Rees, M Gatenby
Human resource development international 15 (5), 529-547, 2012
3872012
Employee voice and engagement: connections and consequences
C Rees, K Alfes, M Gatenby
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (14), 2780-2798, 2013
3302013
The role of employee engagement in the relationship between job design and task performance, citizenship and deviant behaviours
A Shantz, K Alfes, C Truss, E Soane
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (13), 2608-2627, 2013
3122013
The link between perceived HRM practices, performance and well‐being: The moderating effect of trust in the employer
K Alfes, A Shantz, C Truss
Human Resource Management Journal 22 (4), 409-427, 2012
2592012
Employee engagement in theory and practice
C Truss, R Delbridge, K Alfes, A Shantz, E Soane
Routledge, 2013
2422013
The association of meaningfulness, well‐being, and engagement with absenteeism: a moderated mediation model
E Soane, A Shantz, K Alfes, C Truss, C Rees, M Gatenby
Human resource management 52 (3), 441-456, 2013
2112013
Demands or resources? The relationship between HR practices, employee engagement, and emotional exhaustion within a hybrid model of employment relations
E Conway, N Fu, K Monks, K Alfes, C Bailey
Human Resource Management 55 (5), 901-917, 2016
1822016
Creating an engaged workforce: findings from the Kingston employee engagement consortium project
K Alfes, C Truss, E Soane, C Rees, M Gatenby
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, 2010
1762010
The buffering effect of perceived organizational support on the relationship between work engagement and behavioral outcomes
A Shantz, K Alfes, GP Latham
Human resource management 55 (1), 25-38, 2016
1642016
Relational contexts of personal engagement at work
WA Kahn, ED Heaphy
Employee engagement in theory and practice, 96-110, 2013
1582013
The antecedents and drivers of employee engagement
ER Crawford, BL Rich, B Buckman, J Bergeron
Employee engagement in theory and practice, 71-95, 2013
1532013
Attribution theories in human resource management research: A review and research agenda
R Hewett, A Shantz, J Mundy, K Alfes
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (1), 87-126, 2018
1392018
The mismanaged soul: Existential labor and the erosion of meaningful work
C Bailey, A Madden, K Alfes, A Shantz, E Soane
Human Resource Management Review 27 (3), 416-430, 2017
1212017
The management of volunteers–what can human resources do? A review and research agenda
K Alfes, B Antunes, AD Shantz
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (1), 62-97, 2017
1182017
Work motivation and public service motivation: disentangling varieties of motivation and job satisfaction
J Breaugh, A Ritz, K Alfes
Public Management Review 20 (10), 1423-1443, 2018
1122018
The effect of HRM attributions on emotional exhaustion and the mediating roles of job involvement and work overload
A Shantz, L Arevshatian, K Alfes, C Bailey
Human Resource Management Journal 26 (2), 172-191, 2016
1052016
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