Or Shkoler
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The mediating and moderating role of burnout and emotional intelligence in the relationship between organizational justice and work misbehavior
O Shkoler, A Tziner
Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 33 (2), 157-164, 2017
How does work motivation impact employees’ investment at work and their job engagement? A moderated-moderation perspective through an international lens
O Shkoler, T Kimura
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 38, 2020
Counterproductive work behaviors toward organization and leader-member exchange: The mediating roles of emotional exhaustion and work engagement
M Lebrón, F Tabak, O Shkoler, E Rabenu
Organization Management Journal 15 (4), 159-173, 2018
Leadership Styles and Work Attitudes: Does Age Moderate their Relationship?
A Tziner, O Shkoler
Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2018) 34 (3), 195-201, 2018
The dimensionality of workaholism and its relations with internal and external factors
O Shkoler, E Rabenu, A Tziner
Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 33 (3), 193-203, 2017
Combining associations between emotional intelligence, work motivation, and organizational justice with counterproductive work behavior: A profile analysis via multidimensional …
A Tziner, EC Fein, SK Kim, C Vasiliu, O Shkoler
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 502911, 2020
Heavy-work investment, job engagement, managerial role, person-organization value congruence, and burnout: A moderated-mediation analysis in USA and Israel
E Rabenu, O Shkoler, MJ Lebron, F Tabak
Current Psychology 40 (10), 4825-4842, 2021
Revisiting work engagement from a moderated-mediation vantage point
A Tziner, O Shkoler, BE Ben Zur
Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 35 (3), 207-215, 2019
Organizing the confusion surrounding workaholism: New structure, measure, and validation
O Shkoler, E Rabenu, C Vasiliu, G Sharoni, A Tziner
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 276212, 2017
Leader-and Team-Member exchanges and their relationships with organizational and interpersonal counterproductive work behaviors: moderation by envy and group size in Israel and USA
O Shkoler, E Rabenu, F Tabak, MJ Lebron
Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 35 (3), 145-156, 2019
Job engagement: antecedents and outcomes.
G Sharoni, O Shkoler, A Tziner
Journal of Organizational Psychology 15 (1), 2015
Examining the effects of cultural value orientations, emotional intelligence, and motivational orientations: How do LMX mediation and gender-based moderation make a difference?
A Tziner, O Shkoler, EC Fein
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 502903, 2020
Understanding the relationship between antecedents of heavy work investment (HWI) and burnout
A Tziner, C Buzea, E Rabenu, O Shkoler, C Truța
Amfiteatru Economic 21 (50), 153-176, 2019
Leadership styles as predictors of work attitudes: A moderated-mediation link
O Shkoler, A Tziner
Amfiteatru economic 22 (53), 164-178, 2020
Are positive and negative outcomes of organizational justice conditioned by leader–member exchange?
O Shkoler, A Tziner, C Vasiliu, CN Ghinea
Amfiteatru Economic, 23 (56), 240-258, 2021
Freelancers: A manager’s perspective on the phenomenon
Y Zadik, L Bareket-Bojmel, A Tziner, O Shloker
Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 35 (1), 39-48, 2019
Using contemporary quantitative techniques
O Shkoler
Quantitative Research Methods in Consumer Psychology, 22-58, 2018
The complexity of heavy work investment (HWI): A conceptual integration and review of antecedents, dimensions, and outcomes
F Tabak, A Tziner, O Shkoler, E Rabenu
Sustainability 13 (14), 7803, 2021
A moderated-mediation analysis of organizational justice and leader-member exchange: Cross-validation with three sub-samples
O Shkoler, A Tziner, C Vasiliu, CN Ghinea
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 2021
Heavy-Work Investment: Its dimensionality, Invariance across 9 Countries and Levels before and during the COVID-19´ s Pandemic
O Shkoler, E Rabenu, MZ Iqbal, F Ferrari, B Hatipoglu, A Roazzi, T Kimura, ...
Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 37 (2), 67-83, 2021
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