Dora Scholarios
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Employees and high‐performance work systems: Testing inside the black box
H Ramsay, D Scholarios, B Harley
British Journal of industrial relations 38 (4), 501-531, 2000
Work‐life balance and the software worker
D Scholarios, A Marks
Human Resource Management Journal 14 (2), 54-74, 2004
The meaning of work in the new economy
C Baldry, P Bain, P Taylor, J Hyman, D Scholarios, A Marks, A Watson, ...
Palgrave Macmillan, 2007
Work–life imbalance in call centres and software development
J Hyman, C Baldry, D Scholarios, D Bunzel
British Journal of Industrial Relations 41 (2), 215-239, 2003
Getting on or getting by? Employee flexibility and coping strategies for home and work
J Hyman, D Scholarios, C Baldry
Work, employment and society 19 (4), 705-725, 2005
More than a ‘humpty dumpty’term: Strengthening the conceptualization of soft skills
SA Hurrell, D Scholarios, P Thompson
Economic and Industrial Democracy 34 (1), 161-182, 2013
Employability and the psychological contract in European ICT sector SMEs
D Scholarios, BIJM Van der Heijden, E Van der Schoot, N Bozionelos, ...
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (6), 1035-1055, 2008
A qualitative evaluation of non-educational barriers to the elite professions
L Ashley, J Duberley, H Sommerlad, D Scholarios
Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, 2015
Selecting hotel staff: why best practice does not always work
C Lockyer, D Scholarios
International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 2004
Anticipatory socialisation: the effect of recruitment and selection experiences on career expectations
D Scholarios, C Lockyer, H Johnson
Career Development International 8 (4), 182-197, 2003
Position, possession or process? Understanding objective and subjective employability during university-to-work transitions
B Okay-Somerville, D Scholarios
Studies in higher education 42 (7), 1275-1291, 2017
Employability and job performance as links in the relationship between mentoring receipt and career success: A study in SMEs
N Bozionelos, K Kostopoulos, B Van der Heijden, DM Rousseau, ...
Group & organization management 41 (2), 135-171, 2016
Revisiting technical workers: professional and organisational identities in the software industry
A Marks, D Scholarios
New technology, Work and employment 22 (2), 98-117, 2007
Recruiting and selecting professionals: Context, qualities and methods
D Scholarios, C Lockyer
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 7 (3), 142-156, 1999
“The People Make the Brand” Reducing Social Skills Gaps Through Person-Brand Fit and Human Resource Management Practices
SA Hurrell, D Scholarios
Journal of Service Research 17 (1), 54-67, 2014
‘Too scared to go sick’—reformulating the research agenda on sickness absence
P Taylor, I Cunningham, K Newsome, D Scholarios
Industrial Relations Journal 41 (4), 270-288, 2010
Shades of grey: Understanding job quality in emerging graduate occupations
B Okay-Somerville, D Scholarios
Human Relations 66 (4), 555-585, 2013
Work-life imbalance in the new service sector economy
J Hyman, C Baldry, D Scholarios, D Bunzel
British Journal of Industrial Relations 41 (2), 215-239, 2003
The “rain dance” of selection in construction: rationality as ritual and the logic of informality
C Lockyer, D Scholarios
Personnel review, 2007
Coping with career boundaries and boundary-crossing in the graduate labour market
B Okay-Somerville, D Scholarios
Career Development International, 2014
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