Jarrod Haar
Jarrod Haar
Professor of Management
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Outcomes of work–life balance on job satisfaction, life satisfaction and mental health: A study across seven cultures
JM Haar, M Russo, A Suņe, A Ollier-Malaterre
Journal of Vocational Behavior 85 (3), 361-373, 2014
5242014
The role of mindfulness and psychological capital on the well-being of leaders.
M Roche, JM Haar, F Luthans
Journal of occupational health psychology 19 (4), 476, 2014
3492014
Programme knowledge and value of work-family practices and organizational commitment
JM Haar, CS Spell
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 15 (6), 1040-1055, 2004
2362004
Work-family conflict and turnover intention: Exploring the moderation effects
JM Haar
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 33 (1), 35-39, 2004
1902004
Smart technology, artificial intelligence, robotics, and algorithms (STARA): Employees’ perceptions of our future workplace
D Brougham, J Haar
Journal of Management & Organization 24 (2), 239-257, 2018
1742018
Testing a new measure of work–life balance: A study of parent and non-parent employees from New Zealand
JM Haar
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (17), 3305-3324, 2013
1492013
Family supportive organization perceptions and employee outcomes: The mediating effects of life satisfaction
JM Haar, MA Roche
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (7), 999-1014, 2010
1412010
Does family life help to be a better leader? A closer look at crossover processes from leaders to followers
LL Ten Brummelhuis, JM Haar, M Roche
Personnel Psychology 67 (4), 917-949, 2014
1252014
How does distributive justice affect work attitudes? The moderating effects of autonomy
JM Haar, CS Spell
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 20 (8), 1827-1842, 2009
1252009
Positive spillover from the work—family interface: A study of Australian employees
JM Haar, EA Bardoel
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 46 (3), 275-287, 2008
1082008
Discordance in perceptions of barriers to diabetes care between patients and primary care and secondary care
D Simmons, S Lillis, J Swan, J Haar
Diabetes care 30 (3), 490-495, 2007
912007
The downside of coping: Work-family conflict, employee burnout and the moderating effects of coping strategies
JM Haar
Journal of Management and Organization 12 (2), 146, 2006
912006
Work–family conflict and turnover intentions of indigenous employees: the importance of the whanau/family for Maori
JM Haar, M Roche, D Taylor
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (12), 2546-2560, 2012
902012
Challenge and hindrance stressors in New Zealand: Exploring social exchange theory outcomes
JM Haar
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 17 (11), 1942-1950, 2006
852006
Crossover of distress due to work and family demands in dual-earner couples: A dyadic analysis
LL ten Brummelhuis, JM Haar, T van der Lippe
Work & Stress 24 (4), 324-341, 2010
672010
Predicting total quality management adoption in New Zealand: The moderating effect of organisational size
JM Haar, CS Spell
Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 2008
642008
An indigenous model of career satisfaction: Exploring the role of workplace cultural wellbeing
JM Haar, DM Brougham
Social Indicators Research 110 (3), 873-890, 2013
632013
Categories of insight and their correlates: An exploration of relationships among classic‐type insight problems, rebus puzzles, remote associates and esoteric analogies
JB Cunningham, JN MacGregor, J Gibb, J Haar
The Journal of Creative Behavior 43 (4), 262-280, 2009
612009
A metamodel approach towards self-determination theory: A study of New Zealand managers' organisational citizenship behaviours
M Roche, JM Haar
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (18), 3397-3417, 2013
562013
Corporate entrepreneurship and information technology towards employee retention: A study of New Zealand firms
JM Haar, BJ White
Human Resource Management Journal 23 (1), 109-125, 2013
562013
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