Mervi Ruokolainen
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Job demands and resources as antecedents of work engagement: A longitudinal study
S Mauno, U Kinnunen, M Ruokolainen
Journal of vocational behavior 70 (1), 149-171, 2007
14082007
Exploring work-and organization-based resources as moderators between work–family conflict, well-being, and job attitudes
S Mauno, U Kinnunen, M Ruokolainen
Work & Stress 20 (3), 210-233, 2006
2892006
Does aging make employees more resilient to job stress? Age as a moderator in the job stressor–well-being relationship in three Finnish occupational samples
S Mauno, M Ruokolainen, U Kinnunen
Aging & mental health 17 (4), 411-422, 2013
1052013
Emotional labour and work engagement among nurses: examining perceived compassion, leadership and work ethic as stress buffers
S Mauno, M Ruokolainen, U Kinnunen, J De Bloom
Journal of advanced nursing 72 (5), 1169-1181, 2016
942016
Populist knowledge:‘Post-truth’repertoires of contesting epistemic authorities
T Ylä-Anttila
European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology 5 (4), 356-388, 2018
88*2018
Work–family conflict and enrichment from the perspective of psychosocial resources: Comparing Finnish healthcare workers by working schedules
S Mauno, M Ruokolainen, U Kinnunen
Applied ergonomics 48, 86-94, 2015
652015
Ecological and genetic basis of metapopulation persistence of the Glanville fritillary butterfly in fragmented landscapes
I Hanski, T Schulz, SC Wong, V Ahola, A Ruokolainen, SP Ojanen
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1-11, 2017
612017
The prospective effects of work–family conflict and enrichment on job exhaustion and turnover intentions: comparing long-term temporary vs. permanent workers across three waves
S Mauno, N De Cuyper, U Kinnunen, M Ruokolainen, J Rantanen, ...
Work & Stress 29 (1), 75-94, 2015
582015
Organisaatiokulttuurin yhteys henkilöstön työhyvinvointiin ja työasenteisiin
S Mauno, M Ruokolainen
Teoksessa U. Kinnunen, T. Feld & S. Mauno (toim.) Työ leipälajina …, 2005
552005
The abundance of the spliceosomal snRNPs is not limiting the splicing of U12-type introns
HKJ Pessa, A Ruokolainen, MJ Frilander
Rna 12 (10), 1883-1892, 2006
412006
Do organizational and job-related factors relate to organizational commitment?: A mixed method study of the associations
M Ruokolainen
Jyväskylä Studies in education, psychology and social research, 2011
382011
Patterns of psychological contract and their relationships to employee well-being and in-role performance at work: longitudinal evidence from university employees
M Ruokolainen, S Mauno, MR Diehl, A Tolvanen, A Mäkikangas, ...
The international journal of human resource management 29 (19), 2827-2850, 2018
312018
Transcriptome analysis reveals signature of adaptation to landscape fragmentation
P Somervuo, J Kvist, S Ikonen, P Auvinen, L Paulin, P Koskinen, L Holm, ...
PLoS One 9 (7), e101467, 2014
272014
Does organizational work–family support benefit temporary and permanent employees equally in a work–family conflict situation in relation to job satisfaction and emotional …
S Mauno, M Ruokolainen
Journal of Family Issues 38 (1), 124-148, 2017
252017
Perhemyönteinen organisaatiokulttuuri henkilöstön voimavarana: Kyselytutkimus kolmessa organisaatiossa
S Mauno, U Kinnunen, M Ruokolainen
Työ ja ihminen 1 (2005), 107-128, 2005
192005
Do organizational and job-related factors relate to organizational commitment
M Ruokolainen
A Mixed Method Study Of The Associations. Jyväskylä studies in education …, 2011
162011
Are the most dedicated nurses more vulnerable to job insecurity? Age‐specific analyses on family‐related outcomes
M Ruokolainen, S Mauno, T Cheng
Journal of Nursing Management 22 (8), 1042-1053, 2014
132014
Terveydenhuollon työntekijöiden julkisen palvelun motivaation yhteys työn imuun ja työyhteisökäyttäytymiseen: Arvoyhteensopivuus yhteyttä muuntavana tekijänä
KM Pihlava, M Ruokolainen, S Mauno
122017
Palvelumotivaatio ja työhyvinvointi terveydenhuollossa
A Saarinen, M Ruokolainen, H Taimio, J Pirttilä, S Mauno
122015
Challenges and practices in promoting (ageing) employees working career in the health care sector–case studies from Germany, Finland and the UK
S Merkel, M Ruokolainen, D Holman
BMC health services research 19 (1), 1-12, 2019
112019
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