Filipa Castanheira
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Reducing burnout in call centers through HR practices
F Castanheira, MJ Chambel
Human Resource Management 49 (6), 1047-1065, 2010
Corporate social responsibility and organizational attractiveness: implications for talent management
J Story, F Castanheira, S Hartig
Social Responsibility Journal 12 (3), 484-505, 2016
Different temporary work status, different behaviors in organization
MJ Chambel, F Castanheira
Journal of Business and Psychology 20, 351-367, 2006
Corporate social responsibility and employee performance: Mediation role of job satisfaction and affective commitment
JSP Story, F Castanheira
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 26 (6), 1361-1370, 2019
They don't want to be temporaries: Similarities between temps and core workers
MJ Chambel, F Castanheira
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2007
Temporary agency versus permanent workers: A multigroup analysis of human resource management, work engagement and organizational commitment
MJ Chambel, F Castanheira, F Sobral
Economic and Industrial Democracy 37 (4), 665-689, 2016
Relational job characteristics and nurses’ affective organizational commitment: The mediating role of work engagement
A Santos, MJ Chambel, F Castanheira
Journal of advanced nursing 72 (2), 294-305, 2016
Work context support and Portuguese soldiers’ well-being: The mediating role of autonomous motivation
MJ Chambel, F Castanheira, F Oliveira-Cruz, S Lopes
Military Psychology 27 (5), 297-310, 2015
Perceived social impact, social worth, and job performance: Mediation by motivation
F Castanheira
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (6), 789-803, 2016
Training of temporary workers and the social exchange process
M José Chambel, F Castanheira
Journal of Managerial Psychology 27 (2), 191-209, 2012
Measuring job satisfaction in Portuguese military sergeants and officers: Validation of the job descriptive index and the job in general scale
S Lopes, MJ Chambel, F Castanheira, F Oliveira-Cruz
Military Psychology 27 (1), 52-63, 2015
Teleworking in times of COVID-19: the role of Family-Supportive supervisor behaviors in workers’ work-family management, exhaustion, and work engagement
MJ Chambel, F Castanheira, A Santos
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 34 (15), 2924-2959, 2023
Relational job characteristics and work engagement: Mediation by prosocial motivation
F Castanheira, MJ Chambel, S Lopes, F Oliveira-Cruz
Military Psychology 28 (4), 226-240, 2016
Reflexive work and the duality of self-leadership
M Pina e Cunha, M Pacheco, F Castanheira, A Rego
Leadership 13 (4), 472-495, 2017
Trabalhar num Call Center: Dos mitos à realidade
MJ Chambel, F Castanheira
Lisboa: Editora RH, 2010
Training opportunities and employee exhaustion in call centres: mediation by psychological contract fulfilment
MJ Chambel, F Castanheira
International Journal of Training and Development 16 (2), 107-117, 2012
JD‐C model to explain burnout in frontline workers: The useful contribution of emotional demands
F Castanheira, MJ Chambel
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries 23, 412-423, 2013
Burnout in salespeople: A three-wave study to examine job characteristics’ predictions and consequences for performance
F Castanheira, MJ Chambel
Economic and Industrial Democracy 31 (4), 409-429, 2010
A multiple‐group analysis of associations between emotional exhaustion and supervisor‐rated individual performance: Temporary versus permanent call‐center workers
N De Cuyper, F Castanheira, H De Witte, MJ Chambel
Human Resource Management 53 (4), 623-633, 2014
Competences development and turnover intentions: the serial mediation effect of perceived internal employability and affective commitment
A Moreira, F Cesário, MJ Chambel, F Castanheira
European Journal of Management Studies 25 (1), 5-22, 2020
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