Serge P. da Motta Veiga
Serge P. da Motta Veiga
Professor of HRM - EDHEC Business School
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The role of trustworthiness in recruitment and selection: A review and guide for future research
AC Klotz, SP da Motta Veiga, MR Buckley, MB Gavin
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2013
992013
Workplace status: The development and validation of a scale.
E Djurdjevic, AC Stoverink, AC Klotz, J Koopman, SP da Motta Veiga, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (7), 1124, 2017
822017
Be happy, don't wait: The role of trait affect in job search
DB Turban, FK Lee, SP da Motta Veiga, DL Haggard, SY Wu
Personnel Psychology 66 (2), 483-514, 2013
802013
The role of self-determined motivation in job search: A dynamic approach.
SP da Motta Veiga, AS Gabriel
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (3), 350, 2016
662016
Dynamics of lending-based prosocial crowdfunding: Using a social responsibility lens
JP Berns, M Figueroa-Armijos, SP da Motta Veiga, TC Dunne
Journal of Business Ethics 161 (1), 169-185, 2020
542020
Are affect and perceived stress detrimental or beneficial to job seekers? The role of learning goal orientation in job search self-regulation
SP da Motta Veiga, DB Turban
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 125 (2), 193-203, 2014
462014
Negative word-of-mouth and applicant attraction: The role of employer brand equity
S Stockman, G Van Hoye, S da Motta Veiga
Journal of Vocational Behavior 118, 103368, 2020
182020
Insight into job search self-regulation: Effects of employment self-efficacy and perceived progress on job search intensity
SP da Motta Veiga, DB Turban
Journal of Vocational Behavior 108, 57-66, 2018
162018
18 Who Is Searching for Whom? Integrating Recruitment and Job Search Research
SP da Motta Veiga, DB Turban
The Oxford Handbook of Job Loss and Job Search, 311, 2018
16*2018
From the Unfolding Process to Self-Regulation in Job Search: Integrating Between-and Within-Person Approaches
SP da Motta Veiga, DB Turban, AS Gabriel, N Chawla
Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management 36, 243-274, 2018
142018
Does feedback matter for job search self‐regulation? It depends on feedback quality
N Chawla, AS Gabriel, SP da Motta Veiga, JE Slaughter
Personnel Psychology 72 (4), 513-541, 2019
132019
Conversational humor and job satisfaction at work: exploring the role of humor production, appreciation, and positive affect
C Robert, SP da Motta Veiga
Humor 30 (4), 417-438, 2017
122017
The role and types of job search strategies as career growth tool for mid-career professionals
SP da Motta Veiga
Journal of Career Development 42 (4), 339-350, 2015
82015
Recruiting under the influence: New labor market entrants' reactions to workplace drinking norms
AC Klotz, SP da Motta Veiga
Human Resource Management, 2018
72018
Influence of job-dedicated social media on employer reputation
SP da Motta Veiga, BB Clark, TR Moake
Corporate Reputation Review 23, 241-253, 2020
62020
Toward a broader understanding of career shocks: Exploring interdisciplinary connections with research on job search, human resource management, entrepreneurship, and diversity
J Akkermans, DG Collings, SP da Motta Veiga, C Post, S Seibert
Journal of Vocational Behavior 126, 103563, 2021
52021
Predictors of early-career self-employment among millennials in the digital economy: The role of the great recession
M Figueroa-Armijos, S da Motta Veiga
Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2019
52019
How does affect relate to job search effort and success? It depends on pleasantness, activation, and core self‐evaluations
SP da Motta Veiga, S Sun, DB Turban, MD Foo
Human Resource Management, 2020
42020
Humor in job search and recruitment
SP da Motta Veiga
The Psychology of Humor at Work: A Psychological Perspective, 109, 2016
32016
The Moderating Effects of Co-Rumination on the Relationships between Goal Orientations and Anxiety, Satisfaction and Deviance
DL Haggard, JC Carr, SP da Motta Veiga
Journal of Managerial Issues 30 (3), 378-278, 2018
22018
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