Sub-theme 60: Sustainable Careers: A New Paradigm for the Contemporary World of Work?

Ans De Vos, Antwerp Management School & University of Antwerp, Belgium
Monika Hamori, IE Business School, Spain
Marijke Verbruggen, KU Leuven, Belgium
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 201 (2nd floor)
Maintaining a Sustainable Career through Employability: The Role of Preferences and Attitudes
Chair: Ans De Vos
William E. Donald, Yehuda Baruch and Melanie Ashleigh
The good organization and sustainable careers: Validation of a conceptual model of graduate employability
Gina Gaio Santos, Ana Paula Ferreira and José Carlos Pinho
Graduates’ career preferences and perceived employability
Evgenia I. Lysova, Paul G.W. Jansen, Svetlana N. Khapova, Judith Plomp and Maria Tims
Examining calling as a double-edged sword for employability
Bishakha Majumdar and Ranjeet Nambudiri
The dual influence of career expectancy beliefs on intention to quit: Explaining through marketability
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, SP 201 (2nd floor)
When the Professional Context Changes: Tactics to Maintain a Sustainable Career
Chair: Marijke Verbruggen
Louis-Marie Clouet, Pauline de Becdelièvre, François Grima and Marianna Gyapay
How individuals and professions can maintain sustainable careers? The case of conference interpreters
Winnie Jiang and Amy Wrzesniewski
Lost callings: The role of meaning in declining occupations
Michel Devigne and Guy Minguet
'Riders on the storm': Engineers' constant vigilance to achieve sustainable career in high velocity industry
Filomena Buonocore, Davide de Gennaro, Marcello Russo and Domenico Salvatore
Individual responses to changes affecting the profession: The role of job insecurity and perceived external prestige for job crafting
Session III: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, SP 201 (2nd floor)
The Great Value of Capital
Chair: Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Katharina Chudzikowski, Stefanie Gustafsson and Svenja Tams
Unpacking sustainable careers: Stories about consulting careers
Petra Eggenhofer-Rehart, Markus Latzke, Katharina Pernkopf, Dominik Zellhofer, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Johannes Steyrer
Refugees‘ career capital: An enabler of sustainable careers?
Heli Helanummi-Cole
Sustainable careers and social capital: A framework for career transitions between employment and entrepreneurship
Laura E. Dupin and Filippo Carlo Wezel
Weaving career upgrades from social capital: The partnership selection of 18th century Lyonnais silk designers
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 201 (2nd floor)
Learning from Female Career Experiences
Chair: Ellen Kossek
Janice Terrill
Women in the Australian mining industry: The “two-body” problem and sustainable careers
Barbara Myers, Noeleen Doherty and Kaye Thorn
Self-initiated expatriation and older women: Composing a future life
Pamela A. Suzanne and Vanesa Vidal
Facilitating sustainable careers for women through transition self-efficacy
Fida Afiouni and Charlotte Karam
Debunking myths surrounding women’s careers in the Arab region to enhance social justice: A critical reflexive approach
Session V: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, SP 201 (2nd floor)
Succesful Career Transitions and Paths
Chair: Katharina Chudzikowski
Thijs A. Velema
Soaring birds and sinking ships guiding sustainable careers: Organizational reputational changes and the mobility of workers in contemporary professional football
Robert Langan, Rocio Bonet and Cristina Cruz
Sociopolitical dynamics in CEO successions: The effects of family shareholders
Elisabeth Niendorf and Karin Kreutzer
Hybrid careers as instantiations of institutional logics
Jon P. Briscoe, Lan Wang, Douglas T. Hall and Lea E. Waters
Relationships between goal orientation, career reflection and subjective career outcomes
Session VI: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, SP 201 (2nd floor)
Career Support and Opportunities: The Role of Intermediaires, the Organization and the Partner
Chair: Jon P. Briscoe
Bas Koene and François Pichault
The role of third-party actors in securing nonstandard career paths: towards new patterns in career management?
Bianca Littig and Stephan Kaiser
Alternative career positions in professional service firms – Are careers in law firms in Germany becoming more sustainable?
Ellen E. Kossek
Where does the workload go and why? Boundary work and strategies legitimizing flexible reduced-work for professionals
Ronit Waismel-Manor and Asaf Levanon
Time to reconsider work: Dual-earner couples’ work related adaptive strategies and preferences for reduced work hours
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, SP 201 (2nd floor)
The Meaning of Career Success across Countries
Chair: Monika Hamori
Robert Kaše, Nicky Dries, Jon P. Briscoe, Richard Cotton, Eleni Apospori, Silvia Bagdadli, K. Övgü Çakmak-Otluoğlu, Katharina Chudzikowski, Ifedapo Adeleye, Anders Dysvik, Martina Gianecchini, Richa Saxena, Yan Shen, Marijke Verbruggen, Olusegun O. Olomofe, Tania Casado, Jean-Luc Cerdin, Najung Kim, Sushanta Mishra, Zhangfeng Fei, Jong-Seok Cha and Julie Unite
Exploring career success via Island Analysis
5C World Map Group, Eleni Apospori, Richard Cotton, Michael Dickmann, Nicky Dries, Sonia Ferencikova, Martin Gubler, Robert Kaše, Svetlana N. Khapova and Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Material non-sustainability and career success across the globe. A 24-country study on the role of national income inequality
Maike Andresen and Philip Lehmann
Different bets on the future: Career orientations of Generation Y between tradition and modernity