New Publication about Career Competencies, Job Crafting and Employability
Our paper “Crafting your Career: How Career Competencies Relate to Career Success via Job Crafting” has been formally published in issue 66 (1) of Applied Psychology: An International Review. In this paper, we theorize and empirically demonstrate that career competencies can drive employees to start proactively crafting their jobs, which can subsequently enhance both their internal and external perceived employability. In addition, employees can experience more work-home enrichment, but also more work-home interference, via this process of developing career competencies and crafting jobs.
The full paper can be found here: Akkermans & Tims (2017).