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Sanders, J. (author), Kraan, K.O. (author), Boermans, S. (author)
Low-skilled employees have a relatively vulnerable labor market position, yet they are structurally less involved in training activities. Our main research question is why these differences in training participation persist. This study uses data from the Study on Life Long Learning and Employment (SLLE) and the Netherlands Working Conditions...
article 2018
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Sanders, J.M.A.S. (author)
Sustainable employability has recently become a topical issue in HR literature. Two major developments are responsible for this increased attention. The first is contextual change, requiring businesses to adapt to faster changing markets, causing rapid shifts in the demand for labour and skills. These shifts have severe consequences for the...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Preenen, P.T.Y. (author), Verbiest, S. (author), van Vianen, A. (author), van Wijk, E. (author)
Purpose. The purpose of this paper is to develop and investigate the idea that self-profiling and career control by temporary agency workers (TAWs) in low-skill jobs are positively related to informal learning and that this relationship is mediated by job challenge. Design/methodology/approach. An online survey study was conducted among 722 TAWs...
article 2015
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GrĂ¼ndemann, R. (author), Ybema, J.F. (author), Sanders, J. (author)
Recently, the Dutch government raised the retirement age of workers in the Netherlands. In this study we focused on the work values of low-skilled older workers, the extent to which their jobs fulfill these values, and the effect of work values on the willingness of these workers to extend their working life. This study is based on a literature...
article 2014
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