Mireia Las Heras
Mireia Las Heras
Leadership Professor, IESE Business School, University of Navarra
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Reintegrating job design and career theory: Creating not just good jobs but" smart" jobs
DT Hall, ML Heras
Journal of Organizational Behavior 31 (2/3), 448-462, 2010
Career transitions and their causes: A country‐comparative perspective
K Chudzikowski, B Demel, W Mayrhofer, JP Briscoe, J Unite, ...
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 82 (4), 825-849, 2009
Family supportive supervisor behaviors and organizational culture: Effects on work engagement and performance.
Y Rofcanin, M Las Heras, AB Bakker
Journal of occupational health psychology 22 (2), 207, 2017
Career success across 11 countries: Implications for international human resource management
Y Shen, B Demel, J Unite, JP Briscoe, DT Hall, K Chudzikowski, ...
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 26 (13), 1753-1778, 2015
Pursuing career success while sustaining personal and family well‐being: A study of reduced‐load professionals over time
DT Hall, MD Lee, EE Kossek, ML Heras
Journal of Social Issues 68 (4), 742-766, 2012
Sequential mediation among family friendly culture and outcomes
M Las Heras, MJ Bosch, AML Raes
Journal of Business Research 68 (11), 2366-2373, 2015
Long live the organisational career
DT Hall, M Las Heras
Vocational psychological and organisational perspectives on career, 181-196, 2009
Serving followers and family? A trickle-down model of how servant leadership shapes employee work performance
J Stollberger, M Las Heras, Y Rofcanin, MJ Bosch
Journal of Vocational Behavior 112, 158-171, 2019
How do flexibility i‐deals relate to work performance? Exploring the roles of family performance and organizational context
M Las Heras, Y Rofcanin, P Matthijs Bal, J Stollberger
Journal of organizational behavior 38 (8), 1280-1294, 2017
How context matters: The relationship between family supportive supervisor behaviours and motivation to work moderated by gender inequality
MJ Bosch, M Las Heras, M Russo, Y Rofcanin, MG i Grau
Journal of Business Research 82, 46-55, 2018
Too much or too little? A study of the impact of career complexity on executive adaptability
G Zhu, SB Wolff, DTT Hall, M Las Heras, B Gutierrez, K Kram
Career Development International, 2013
Personal growth through career work
DT Hall, M Las Heras
The Oxford handbook of positive organizational scholarship, 2012
Relational job crafting: Exploring the role of employee motives with a weekly diary study
Y Rofcanin, AB Bakker, A Berber, I Gölgeci, M Las Heras
Human Relations 72 (4), 859-886, 2019
How national context moderates the impact of family-supportive supervisory behavior on job performance and turnover intentions
M Las Heras, S Trefalt, PI Escribano
Management Research: The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 2015
Balancing work and family: A practical guide to help organizations meet the global workforce challenge
N Chincilla, M Las Heras, A Masuda
HRD Press, 2010
“Handle with care”: The mediating role of schedule i‐deals in the relationship between supervisors' own caregiving responsibilities and employee outcomes
M Las Heras, BIJM Van der Heijden, J De Jong, Y Rofcanin
Human Resource Management Journal 27 (3), 335-349, 2017
The moderating role of prosocial motivation on the association between family-supportive supervisor behaviours and employee outcomes
Y Rofcanin, JP de Jong, M Las Heras, S Kim
Journal of vocational behavior 107, 153-167, 2018
Mujer y liderazgo
P Debeljuh, M Las Heras
LID Editorial, 2013
Integration of career and life
M Las Heras, DT Hall
Handbook on women in business and management, 178-205, 2007
A trickle-down model of task and development i-deals
Y Rofcanin, M Las Heras, PM Bal, BIJM Van der Heijden, ...
human relations 71 (11), 1508-1534, 2018
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