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Elise Marescaux

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RePEc Short-ID:pma2441
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Affiliation

(50%) IESEG School of Management
Université Catholique de Lille

Lille, France
http://www.ieseg.fr/

+33/320545892
+33/320574855
3, rue de la Digue, FR-59000 Lille
RePEc:edi:iesegfr (more details at EDIRC)

(50%) Lille Économie et Management (LEM)

France
http://lem.univ-lille.fr/

00-33-(0)3-20-41-73-69

Université Lille, Domaine universitaire du "Pont de bois", BP 60149, Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
RePEc:edi:laborfr (more details at EDIRC)

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Working papers

  1. Ciara Kelly & Yasin Rofcanin & Mireia Las Heras & Chidiebere Ogbonnaya & Elise Marescaux & María José Bosch, 2020. "Seeking an “i-deal” balance: Schedule-flexibility i-deals as mediating mechanisms between supervisor emotional support and employee work and home performance," Post-Print hal-02507950, HAL.
  2. Elise Marescaux & Luc Sels & Sophie de Winne, 2019. "Idiosyncratic deals from a distributive justice perspective: examining co-workers' voice behavior, Journal of Business Ethics," Post-Print hal-02116097, HAL.
  3. Elise Marescaux & Sophie de Winne & Anneleen Forrier, 2019. "Developmental HRM, employee well‐being and performance: The moderating role of developing leadership," Post-Print hal-02511137, HAL.
  4. Sophie de Winne & Elise Marescaux & Luc Sels & Ilke van Beveren & Stijn Vanormelingen, 2019. "The impact of employee turnover and turnover volatility on labor productivity: a flexible non-linear approach," Post-Print hal-02998176, HAL.
  5. Kim de Meulenaere & Sophie de Winne & Elise Marescaux & Stijn Vanormelingen, 2019. "The Role of Firm Size and Knowledge Intensity in the Performance Effects of Collective Turnover," Post-Print hal-02509311, HAL.
  6. Elise Marescaux & Sophie de Winne & Yasin Rofcanin, 2019. "Co-worker reactions to i-deals through the lens of social comparison: The role of fairness and emotions," Post-Print hal-02511332, HAL.
  7. Yasin Rofcanin & Aykut Berber & Elise Marescaux & P. Matthijs Bal & Farooq Mughal & Mine Afacan Findikli, 2019. "Human resource differentiation: A theoretical paper integrating co‐workers' perspective and context," Post-Print hal-02116109, HAL.
  8. Elise Marescaux & A. van Zelderen & Nicky Dries, 2019. "Talent Management and Career Management," Post-Print hal-02635175, HAL.
  9. Elise Marescaux & Yasin Rofcanin & Mireya Las Heras, 2018. "Seeing Eye to Eye on Family Supportive Supervisor Behaviors: The Impact on Employee Outcomes," Post-Print hal-02998155, HAL.
  10. Sophie De Winne & Luc Sels & Elise Marescaux, 2017. "Idiosyncratic Deals from a Distributive Justice Perspective: Examining Co-workers' Voice Behavior," Post-Print hal-01562979, HAL.
  11. Michael Kock & Elise Marescaux, 2017. "Talent Management and Workforce Differentiation," Post-Print hal-02614363, HAL.
  12. N. de Cuyper & Sophie de Winne & Anneleen Forrier & Elise Marescaux, 2016. "Self- and supervisor-perceived employability and commitment: the role of developing leadership," Post-Print hal-02633203, HAL.
  13. Sophie De Winne & Elise Marescaux & Luc Sels & Ilke van Beveren & Stijn Vanormelingen, 2016. "Het effect van (volatiliteit in) personeelsverloop op de arbeidsproductiviteit," Post-Print hal-01609996, HAL.
  14. Sophie de Winne & Elise Marescaux, 2016. "Equity versus need : how do co-workers judge the distributive fairness of ideals ?," Post-Print hal-01808315, HAL.
  15. Elise Marescaux, 2016. "Negotiating an idiosyncratic deal: a three-party perspective," Post-Print hal-01814523, HAL.
  16. Sophie De Winne & Elise Marescaux & Luc Sels & Ilke Van Beveren & Stijn Vanormelingen, 2015. "Employee turnover (volatility) and labor productivity," Working Papers of Department of Work and Organisation Studies, Leuven 533592, KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB), Department of Work and Organisation Studies, Leuven.
  17. Sophie De Winne & Elise Marescaux & Luc Sels & Stijn Vanormelingen, 2015. "De relatie tussen natuurlijk verloop en arbeidsproductiviteit," Working Papers of Department of Work and Organisation Studies, Leuven 502609, KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB), Department of Work and Organisation Studies, Leuven.

Articles

  1. Elise Marescaux & Sophie De Winne & Luc Sels, 2019. "Idiosyncratic Deals from a Distributive Justice Perspective: Examining Co-workers’ Voice Behavior," Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, vol. 154(1), pages 263-281, January.

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Working papers

  1. Elise Marescaux & Sophie de Winne & Anneleen Forrier, 2019. "Developmental HRM, employee well‐being and performance: The moderating role of developing leadership," Post-Print hal-02511137, HAL.

    Cited by:

    1. Carmen Castro-Casal & Guadalupe Vila-Vázquez & Álvaro Pardo-Gayoso, 2019. "Sustaining Affective Commitment and Extra-Role Service among Hospitality Employees: Interactive Effect of Empowerment and Service Training," Sustainability, MDPI, Open Access Journal, vol. 11(15), pages 1-16, July.
    2. Said ABUJUDEH, 2019. "The Role Of Human Resource Management In Employees’ Job Satisfaction And Organizational Commitment," SEA - Practical Application of Science, Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence, Editorial Department, issue 20, pages 137-145, September.
    3. Jie He & Alastair M. Morrison & Hao Zhang, 2019. "Improving Millennial Employee Well-Being and Task Performance in the Hospitality Industry: The Interactive Effects of HRM and Responsible Leadership," Sustainability, MDPI, Open Access Journal, vol. 11(16), pages 1-19, August.

  2. Sophie de Winne & Elise Marescaux, 2016. "Equity versus need : how do co-workers judge the distributive fairness of ideals ?," Post-Print hal-01808315, HAL.

    Cited by:

    1. Dejun Tony Kong & Violet T. Ho & Sargam Garg, 2020. "Employee and Coworker Idiosyncratic Deals: Implications for Emotional Exhaustion and Deviant Behaviors," Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, vol. 164(3), pages 593-609, July.

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