Human Resource Management
Taylor and Francis Publisher
Associate Editor of the IJHRM (journal)
Meijerink, J. G., & Bondarouk, T. (2018). Uncovering configurations of HRM service provider intellectual capital and worker human capital for creating high HRM service value using fsQCA. Journal of business research, 82(January), 31-45. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.08.028
Renkema, M., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). Swimming Against The Tide: A Case Study about Stimulating Employee-Driven Innovation In A Formalized Business Context Through HRM. Abstract from British Academy of Management Conference 2017, Coventry, United Kingdom.
Bondarouk, T., & de Leede, J. (2017). Outlook: Some HR Implications towards Normal Ways of Working. In J. de Leede (Ed.), New Ways of Working Practices: Antecedents and Outcomes (Vol. 16, pp. 163-175). (Advanced Series in Management; Vol. 16). Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. DOI: 10.1108/S1877-636120160000016008
Meijerink, J., Bondarouk, T., & van Emmerik, G. (2017). The Role of Line Manager, HR Professional and Employee HR Attributions in Co-Creating HR Outcomes. Paper presented at 77th Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2017, Atlanta, United States.
Habraken, M. M. P., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). Smarter than before: A representation of smart industry and its implications for HRM in the Netherlands. Paper presented at 10th Biennial International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Renkema, M., Meijerink, J. G., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). Employee-Driven Innovation in a Formalized Business Context: The role of HRM. Paper presented at 10th Biennial International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
van Mierlo, J., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). The struggle towards maturity: the evolution of HRM practices in the Dutch federal government. Paper presented at 10th Biennial International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Bos-Nehles, A. C., Bondarouk, T., & Methorst, H. (2017). Work 2017 work and labour in the digital future: The Interaction between HRM, Technology and Organizational Stakeholders. Paper presented at WORK2017, Turku, Finland.
Bondarouk, T. (2017). Met e-HRM de menselike factor weer centraal stellen. In HRM Barometer 2017-2018: Van data naar duurzaam (pp. 48-52). driessen HRM.
Ruel, H. J. M., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). E-HRM implementation and its consequences: a matter of matching technology, organization and people. HRM.report 2017 July (pp. 13-14).
Van den Heuvel, S., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). The rise (and fall?) of HR analytics: A study into the future application, value, structure, and system support. Journal of organizational effectiveness, 4(2), 127-148. DOI: 10.1108/JOEPP-03-2017-0022
Bos-Nehles, A. C., Bondarouk, T., & Labrenz, S. (2017). HRM implementation in multinational companies: the dynamics of multifaceted scenarios. European journal of international management, 11(5), 515-536. DOI: 10.1504/EJIM.2017.10007655
Bos-Nehles, A. C., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). HRM implementation in Europe – the need for a dialogue between HR and line management. European journal of international management, 11(5), 511-514.
Habraken, M. M. P., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). Smart Industry Research in the Field of HRM: Resetting Job Design as an Example of Upcoming Challenges. In T. Bondarouk, H. Ruel, & E. Parry (Eds.), Electronic HRM in the Smart Era (pp. 221-259). (The Changing Context of Managing People). Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
van Mierlo, J., & Bondarouk, T. (2017). HRM professionals in the public sector: Fighting for legitimacy. Paper presented at The 10th International Critical Management Studies (CMS) Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
van Mierlo, J., Bondarouk, T., & Loohuis, R. P. A. (2017). The emergence of a new HRM routine: Balancing between ostensive and performative aspects. Paper presented at 33rd EGOS Colloquium 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Bondarouk, T., Parry, E., & Furtmueller-Ettinger, E. (2017). Electronic HRM: four decades of research on adoption and consequences. International journal of human resource management, 28(1), 98-131. DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2016.1245672