Dr Y.G.T. van Rossenberg (Yvonne)
Assistant professor - Strategic Human Resource Management
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN
6500 HK NIJMEGEN
Yvonne van Rossenberg is Assistant Professor in Strategic Human Resource Management at the department of Business Administration of the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands since August 2017. Previously she worked a Assistant Professor at the School of Management, University of Bath, United Kingdom School of Management, where she also obtained her PhD in 2014.
Research interests include the (human resource) management of employee motivations, attitudes and behaviours in innovation processes, particularly workplace commitment. Her research has been accepted for publication by Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Journal and Human Resource Management Review.
Particular research interests include:
Firstly, workplace commitment in contemporary work settings. Particularly, I look at how people develop commitment towards multiple and temporary groups over time, how these commitments interact, and how these commitment attitudes affect employee behaviours.
Secondly, I am interested in the sustainable and responsible management of workplace commitment and related employee attitudes and behaviours, inside and outside the boundaries of organisations. How can we develop and maintain a sustainable commitment system? I am particularly interested in answering this question with regards to the academic setting.
Thirdly, I am searching for the meaning of the concept of workplace commitment outside the mainstream work setting. For example, what does work mean in temporary work, work across the boundaries of the organisation and in precarious working conditions? How are commitments experienced in relation to the key social-societal challenges we are facing, such as the refugee crisis, the energy transition and global warming.
- Rossenberg, Y.G.T. van, Cross, D. & Swart, J. (2022). An HRM perspective on workplace commitment: Reconnecting concept, measurement and methodology. Human Resource Management Review:100891. doi: 10.1016/j.hrmr.2021.100891 Full text
- Bal, P.M., Dóci, E., Lub, X.D., Rossenberg, Y.G.T. van, Nijs, S., Achnak, S., . . . Ossenkop, C., . . . Dijk, H. van & Zelst, M. van (2019). Manifesto for the future of work and organizational psychology. European Journal for Work and Organizational Psychology, 28 (3), 289-299. doi: 10.1080/1359432X.2019.1602041 Full text
- Rossenberg, Y.G.T. van, Klein, H.J., Asplund, K., Breitsohl, H., Cohen, A., Cross, D., Aguiar Rodrigues, A.C. de, Doflot, V., Kilroy, S., Ali, N., Rapti, A., Ruhle, S., Solinger, O., Swart, J. & Yalabik, Z.Y. (2018). The future of workplace commitment: key questions and directions. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 27 (2), 153-167. doi: 10.1080/1359432X.2018.1443914 Full text
- 2021 - 2021 Innovation Voucher TLC: Commitment and motivation by bringing together research and educational practice in a Community of Practice Aim project: Development Community of Practice (CoP) on workplace commitment. Brining together students, PhD candidates and researchers in an international collaborative to study workplace commitment in relation to its social-societal context. More information
- 2021 - 2022 Education funding received from University of Sau Paulo (PRG-USP). Aim project: development toolkit, training and coaching for Community of practice (CoP) and Collaborative Online International Learning environment (COIL) More information
- 2016 - Future of Work and Organisational Psychology (FoWOP) is a collective of academics and practitioners across the world in the field of work psychology who are actively contributing to a future of academic WOP that is sustainable, relevant to society, and protects and promotes the integrity and dignity of individuals within and beyond the workplace. More information
- 2021 - Innovation Voucher: Commitment and motivation by bringing together research and educational practice in a Community of Practice More information