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Marcello Russo
Marcello Russo
Full Professor of Organizational Behavior, University of Bologna, Italy
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Outcomes of work-life balance on job satisfaction, life satisfaction and mental health: a study across seven cultures
J Haar, M Russo, A Sune, A Ollier-Malaterre
Journal of Vocational Behavior 85 (3), 361-373, 2014
11732014
Workplace and family support and work–life balance: Implications for individual psychological availability and energy at work
M Russo, A Shteigman, A Carmeli
The Journal of Positive Psychology 11 (2), 173-188, 2016
2952016
Reducing the effects of work–family conflict on job satisfaction: The kind of commitment matters
F Buonocore, M Russo
Human Resource Management Journal 23 (1), 91-108, 2013
2062013
A cross-national study on the antecedents of work-life balance from the fit and balance perspective.
J Haar, A Sune, M Russo, A Ollier-Malaterre
Social Indicators Research 142 (1), 261-282, 2019
1962019
Corporate social responsibility and employees’ affective commitment: A multiple mediation model
K Bouraoui, S Bensemmane, M Ohana, M Russo
Management Decision 57 (1), 152-167, 2019
1922019
When family supportive supervisors meet employees’ need for caring: Implications for work–family enrichment and thriving
M Russo, F Buonocore, A Carmeli, G Liang
Journal of Management 44 (4), 1678–1702, 2018
1772018
The relationship between work‐family enrichment and nurse turnover
M Russo, F Buonocore
Journal of Managerial Psychology 27 (3), 216-236, 2012
1422012
Non-native accents and stigma: How self-fulfilling prophesies can affect career outcomes
M Russo, I Gazi, B Koyuncu
Human Resource Management Review 27 (3), 507-520, 2017
982017
Work Attitudes, Career Success and Health: Evidence from China
M Russo, L Guo, Y Baruch
Journal of Vocational Behavior 84 (3), 248–258, 2014
882014
Work-Family Conflict and Job Insecurity: Are Workers from Different Generations Experiencing True Differences?
F Buonocore, M Russo, M Ferrara
Community, Work & Family 18 (3), 299-316, 2015
792015
How context matters: The relationship between family supportive supervisor behaviours and motivation to work moderated by gender inequality
MC Bosch, M Las Heras, M Russo, Y Rofcanin, M Grau i Grau
Journal of Business Research 82, 46–55, 2018
752018
Language Diversity, Nonnative Accents, and Their Consequences at the Workplace: Recommendations for Individuals, Teams, and Organizations
R Kim, L Roberson, M Russo, P Briganti
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 55 (1), 73–95, 2019
742019
The power of micro-moves in cultivating regardful relationships: Implications for work–home enrichment and thriving
A Carmeli, M Russo
Human Resource Management Review 26 (2), 112–124, 2016
722016
Corruption and private participation projects in Central and Eastern Europe
A Jiménez, M Russo, JM Kraak, GF Jiang
Management International Review 57, 775-792, 2017
612017
Diversity in goal orientation, team performance, and internal team environment
M Russo
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal 31 (2), 124-143, 2012
582012
Cognitive job crafting: A possible response to increasing job insecurity and declining professional prestige
F Buonocore, D de Gennaro, M Russo, D Salvatore
Human Resource Management Journal 30 (2), 244-259, 2020
572020
Work–home enrichment and health: an analysis of the mediating role of persistence in goal striving and vulnerability to stress
M Russo
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 26 (19), 2486-2502, 2015
422015
Work-life balance psychological contract perceptions for older workers
M Kraak, J.M., Russo, A Jimenez
Personnel Review 47 (6), 1194-1220, 2018
412018
Breaking out from Constant Connectivity: Agentic Regulation of Smartphone Use
M Russo, A Ollier-Malaterre, G Morandin
Computers in Human Behaviors 98, 11-19, 2019
322019
Motivational mechanisms influencing error reporting among nurses
M Russo, F Buonocore, M Ferrara
Journal of Managerial Psychology 30 (2), 118-132, 2015
322015
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