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Zadeits, Emma (author)
This study investigates the opinion and perceived equity of hospital employees regarding sustainable travel modes for their commute, the (e-)bike and shared bike combined with public transport in specific. The objective of the research is to be able to advise the Academic Medical Center and Pon on whether the alternatives are deemed successful,...
master thesis 2024
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van Veen, Joep (author)
This graduation report presents a comprehensive approach to the identification of an opportunity in the rising technology and interests in generative AI. The report delivers a concept for a tool that is designed for managers. The tool is aimed at aiding in the integration of generative AI within teams. The project is grounded in a literature...
master thesis 2024
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Elders, Bente (author)
Restrictions from the covid pandemic are lifted. However, the office remains changed, the hybrid way of working seems to stick. Employees want flexibility and choose when to work from home and when they work in the office. The norm of a hybrid work week is working three days in the office and two days from home. Resulting in office space that is...
master thesis 2024
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van der Lingen, Annick (author)
This study aims to explore the impact of employee separation as a result of hybrid working on the organisational commitment of ORGANISATION X’s workforce. The findings of this research aim to offer valuable insights to ORGANISATION X's understanding on how the alternating remote and in-office work setup may influence the commitment levels of...
master thesis 2023
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van der Wielen, Stef (author)
This research explores the relationship between sustainable Human Resource Management (HRM) practices and innovative work behavior, considering work engagement as a mediator. The study addresses a significant knowledge gap regarding how sustainable HRM practices impact innovative work behavior and work engagement within organizations. While...
master thesis 2023
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Lyppens, Yardèn (author)
Organizations with different organizational structures organize innovation differently. Thus, it is likely that organizational structures impact employee-driven innovation (EDI) as well. This thesis researches this topic; the research question is: ‘How do different organizational structures impact employee-driven innovation?’. The research...
master thesis 2023
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Doing, Anne-Kee (author)
Phishing attacks are a growing cause of cybersecurity incidents such as data breaches. With these attacks, malicious actors try to gain access to systems by exploiting the vulnerability of employees. Particularly, intruders use different tricks to create convincing phishing emails to force people to behave less securely. Unfortunately,...
master thesis 2023
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Gupta, Aditi (author)
In today's knowledge-intensive economy, innovation has become essential for securing a competitive advantage, assisting firms in thriving, and ensuring their survival. Corporations have realised that experts are just some of the ones responsible for innovation. Employee involvement in developing innovation processes thus represents a significant...
master thesis 2023
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de Haas, Joery (author)
A growing perspective on innovation suggests that significant innovation can stem from employees' daily activities. Traditional innovation practices often delegate decision-making to a select group, typically R&D departments or specialized units. However, this approach overlooks the innovation potential distributed across all employees in an...
master thesis 2023
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Dalh, Nadia (author)
The average working adult in the Netherlands spends about 42,5 years of their lifetime at work. To make this experience as pleasant as possible, employees spend time finding an organization that can provide a good fit and support their needs. Many organization play into that by providing an Employee Experience (EX) that appeals to potential...
master thesis 2023
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Simons, L.P.A. (author), Gerritsen, B. (author), Wielaard, B. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author)
Hypertension Self-Management is more powerful when done in groups, and with daily (e)Support for maximum impact. Small intervention groups enable high degrees of personalization, interaction, and learning. We compare three Self-Management Support (SMS) pilots of two weeks duration, in which various tools and daily microlearning strategies were...
conference paper 2023
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Tuchen, Stefan (author), Nazemi, Mohsen (author), Ghelfi-Waechter, Signe Maria (author), Kim, E.Y. (author), Hofer, Franziska (author), Chen, Ching Fu (author), Arora, Mohit (author), Santema, S.C. (author), Blessing, Lucienne (author)
The aviation industry is one of the sectors that has been heavily impacted by the pandemic. While the major body of literature has focused on passenger experience and behaviour, this study focuses on airport employees instead—their experiences, perceptions, and preferences following the emergence of COVID-19. More than 1000 participants from...
journal article 2023
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Appel-Meulenbroek, Rianne (author), Voulon, Thijs (author), Bergefurt, Lisanne (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), Hoekstra, B.S. (author), der Schaaf, Pity Jongens Van (author)
BACKGROUND: During the COVID-19 pandemic, office workers were obliged to work from home (WFH). Alongside known positive aspects of home-based telework, it is associated with reduced health and productivity impacts. Its success depends on employee and environmental characteristics. OBJECTIVE: This paper fills the gap in knowledge on the...
journal article 2023
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Yalcin Kavus, Bahar (author), Gülüm Taş, P. (author), Taskin, Alev (author)
Non-ergonomic working conditions are the leading causes of musculoskeletal disorders that seriously affect human health. REBA is widely used tool due to its convenience and consideration of all body parts. However, it heavily relies on the subjective judgments of the assessor, leading to inconsistencies in results, and lacks sensitivity in...
journal article 2023
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Bezemer, Vince (author)
The support for the hybrid work setting increased during the pandemic, but there are a lot of challenges to overcome. It is important to study the hybrid work setting. Based on the findings in the existing literature it is found that little research has been done on the effect of the hybrid work setting on individual employee performance. In the...
master thesis 2022
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de Kruijf, Sita (author)
The evolution of brand management leads to an understanding of brands as dynamic, co-created entities that express purpose and identity. With this emerging understanding, the role of employees in building and delivering a brand is increasingly recognised and exploited. Through internal branding efforts, companies can aim to improve the alignment...
master thesis 2022
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Caris, Anne (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic intensified the notion that workplaces need adjustments to support employees - a heterogenous group of individuals from different cultures, generations, genders, with a myriad of personalities, completing vastly different tasks in varied contexts. Of particular interest in this thesis are the site specific cultural and...
master thesis 2022
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Fenton-Jarvis, Simone (author), Bull, Mel (author)
Background and aim - This paper reviews the engagement in a case study organisation adapting to hybrid working to determine the post pandemic role of FM and to understand how FM can drive and be a key stakeholder in the cocreation of the human-centric workplace. Methods / Methodology - The study was carried out using an action research strategy...
conference paper 2022
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Pachos-Fokialis, N. (author), Galanaki, Eleanna (author)
Even though effects of High Performance Work Systems (HPWS) on employee performance have been widely investigated, there is no consensus on how this link is achieved. Drawing on Social Exchange Theory (SET), this paper attempts to shed more light in this relationship by investigating the mediating role of affective, normative, and continuance...
journal article 2022
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Simons, L.P.A. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author)
Globally, the burden of disease is rising. High performance employees and organisations need to improve their health self-management options and skills. Unfortunately, there are an overwhelming number (> 500,000) of new health publications every year. We aim to design a health AI on top of Scholar Google, to support rapid employee do-it...
journal article 2022
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