Psychological contracts: Back to the Future

Yannick Griep, Cary Cooper, Sandra Robinson, Denise M. Rousseau, Samantha D. Hansen, Maria Tomprou, Neil Conway, Rob Briner, Jacqueline A.M. Coyle-Shapiro, Robert Horgan, Xander Lub, Jeroen de Jong, Johannes M. Kraak, Wayne O’Donohue, Samantha K. Jones, Tim Vantilborgh, Yang Yang, Vincent Cassar, Jos Akkermans, Denise JepsenChris Woodrow, Simon de Jong, Ultan Sherman, Frank Bezzina, Ceren Erdem, Ann Marie Nienaber, Philipp Romeike, Sarah Bankins, P. Matthijs Bal, Hermien Wiechers, Leah Pezer, Safâa Achnak, Barend J. Linde

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The different contributions made to this edited book illustrate that the study of psychological contracts has offered critical scholarly and practical insights into the functional and dysfunctional aspects of the employment relationship for several decades. However, as with other fields of research, it behooves the psychological contract field to pause periodically, take stock, explore gaps, and identify new research streams to maintain and expand its impact upon scholarship and practice. An edited book like this offers a good opportunity to see how far we have come with the psychological contract and where the challenges lie ahead. In the chapter, the authors identify and develop three key areas that promise to enrich psychological contract research: 1) time; 2) social context; and 3) the changing nature of work. For each of these key areas, they formulate promising future research questions.

Originele taal-2English
TitelHandbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work
UitgeverijEdward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
Aantal pagina's18
ISBN van elektronische versie9781788115681
ISBN van geprinte versie9781788115674
StatusPublished - 1 jan 2019

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© Yannick Griep and Cary Cooper 2019. All rights reserved.

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