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Bouwhuis, S. (author), de Wind, A. (author), de Kruif, A. (author), van der Beek, A.J. (author), Bongers, P.M. (author), Boot, C.R.L. (author)
Background. Multiple job holding (MJH) is a common and growing phenomenon in many countries. Little is known about experiences with MJH among older workers. The objective of the present study is to gain insight in experiences with MJH among Dutch workers aged 45 years and older. Methods. Multiple job holders were selected from the Study on...
article 2018
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van Vuuren, T. (author), Smulders, P. (author)
This article examines how job security is related to sustainable employability. It distinguishes between objective job security (or employment status) and subjective job security (satisfaction with job security). For the empirical analysis, we use the merged survey data sets of the Netherlands Working Conditions Survey and the Netherlands Self...
article 2018
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Houtman, I.L.D. (author), Hooftman, W. (author), de Vroome, E. (author)
The central aim of this article is to describe the sustainable employability of employees in the Dutch health care and social work sector, and subsectors such as hospitals, general practices, nursing homes and home care. The main question addressed concerns the future sustainable employability of employees in this sector: until what age are...
article 2017
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Leijten, F.R.M. (author), van den Heuvel, S.G. (author), van der Beek, A.J. (author), Ybema, J.F. (author), Robroek, S.J.W. (author), Burdorf, A. (author)
Purpose The goals of this study were to determine whether, among older employees, unfavourable physical and psychosocial work-related factors were associated with poorer mental and physical health and whether high work engagement buffered the associations between unfavourable work-related factors and poorer health. Methods A 1-year longitudinal...
article 2015
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Sanders, J. (author), Dorenbosch, L. (author), Blonk, R. (author)
This contribution aims to provide a framework for viewing the fragility of employability and potentially fruitful routes for making employability more sustainable. A second goal, is to inspire readers with examples from the Netherlands, to create and test promising interventions, so that a broad set of effective interventions becomes available...
bookPart 2015
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Sanders, J. (author), Blonk, R. (author), Geuskens, G. (author), de Grip, A. (author)
Organizational and technological changes are occurring ever more rapidly, and employees are faced with increasing deficits in their knowledge. Because of this, not only is individual employability under pressure, but also the competitiveness and innovativeness of companies and institutions. Remedying or even preventing these knowledge deficits...
article 2015
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Leijten, F.R.M (author)
Due to an ageing society, an increasing retirement age, and high prevalence of chronic health problems among older persons, it is important to understand how older employees [with health problems] can work for longer and productively, often this is termed ‘sustainable employability’. This context brought about the research presented in this...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Boneschansker, O. (author), Klein Hesselink, J. (author)
Sustainable employability is a new policy theme in the Netherlands to keep all employees healthy and productively employed until old age pension. The concept includes employees’ responsibility for health, education and mobility, and the enthusiasm of employers for creating optimal working conditions and prevention of premature leave. Policy...
article 2014
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Leijten, F.R.M. (author), van den Heuvel, S.G. (author), Ybema, J.F. (author), Robroek, S.J.W. (author), Burdorf, A. (author)
Objectives The aim of this study was to (i) assess how common chronic health problems and work-related factors predict sickness absence and (ii) explore whether work-related factors modify the effects of health problems on sickness absence. Methods A one-year longitudinal study was conducted among employed persons aged 45-64 years from the Study...
article 2013
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Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Blatter, B.M. (author), van der Molen, H.F. (author), Bongers, P.M. (author), van der Beek, A.J. (author)
Objective This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of a prevention program on work ability, health, and sick leave targeted at construction worksites. Methods A total of 15 departments (N=297 workers) from 6 construction companies participated in this cluster randomized controlled trial and were randomly allocated to the intervention (8...
article 2013
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Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Blatter, B.M. (author), Joling, C.I. (author), van der Beek, A.J. (author), Bongers, P.M. (author)
Background: To prolong sustainable healthy working lives of construction workers, a worksite prevention program was developed which aimed to improve the health and work ability of construction workers. The aim of the current study was to investigate the effectiveness of this program on social support at work, work engagement, physical workload...
article 2012
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