Edna Rabenu
Edna Rabenu
Ph.D., Business Administration, Tel-Hai College, Bar-Ilan University
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The new era workplace relationships: is social exchange theory still relevant?
L Chernyak-Hai, E Rabenu
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 11 (3), 456-481, 2018
Work stress and turnover intentions among hospital physicians: The mediating role of burnout and work satisfaction
A Tziner, E Rabenu, R Radomski, A Belkin
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 31 (3), 207-213, 2015
The relationship between psychological capital, coping with stress, well-being, and performance
E Rabenu, E Yaniv, D Elizur
Current Psychology 36, 875-887, 2017
The relationship between work-family conflict, stress, and work attitudes
E Rabenu, A Tziner, G Sharoni
International Journal of Manpower 38 (8), 1143-1156, 2017
Psychological resources and strategies to cope with stress at work
E Rabenu, E Yaniv
International Journal of Psychological Research 10 (2), 8-15, 2017
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
The dimensionality of workaholism and its relations with internal and external factors
O Shkoler, E Rabenu, A Tziner
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 33 (3), 193-203, 2017
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
Understanding the relationship between overtime and burnout
E Rabenu, S Aharoni-Goldenberg
International Studies of Management & Organization 47 (4), 324-335, 2017
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
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 35 (3), 145-156, 2019
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
Twenty-first century workplace challenges: perspectives and implications for relationships in new era organizations
E Rabenu
Rowman & Littlefield, 2021
Improving performance appraisal at work: Evolution and change
A Tziner, E Rabenu
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018
Employee resilience: a faceted analytical approach
E Rabenu, A Tziner
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 9 (2), 480-485, 2016
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
Positive psychological capital: From strengths to power
E Rabenu
Redefining management: Smart power perspectives, 81-105, 2017
Performance appraisal in a constantly changing work world
E Rabenu, A Tziner
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 9 (2), 370-377, 2016
The COVID-19 pandemic: A challenge to performance appraisal
A Tziner, E Rabenu
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 14 (1-2), 173-177, 2021
Heavy-work investment: Its dimensionality, invariance across 9 countries and levels before and during the COVID-19’s pandemic
C Vasiliu, A Tziner, MJ Lebron, O Shkoler, E Rabenu, MZ Iqbal, F Ferrari, ...
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 37 (2), 67-83, 2021
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