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Personal profile

Career

Education

Marc van Veldhoven (1963) studied psychology at Tilburg University. He graduated (cum laude) in clinical and health psychology in 1987 and worked as a research assistant in this department for four years. He finished his Ph.D. while working in practice. It was titled "Psychosocial workload and job stress" (1996, Groningen University). His Ph. D. supervisors were Prof. Theo Meijman and Prof. Tom Snijders.

Career

From 1988-1997 Marc van Veldhoven worked as a psychologist/researcher for the Occupational Health Service (OHS) of West-Brabant, one of the largest of its kind in the Netherlands. In 1994, together with Prof. Dr. Theo Meijman, he published the questionnaire on the experience and evaluation of work (the VBBA-Questionnaire), developed during a project for the Dutch Institute for the Working Environment (NIA). During 1997-2002 he worked as an independent consultant for several large organizations and branches of industry in the Netherlands, combining this with working as a senior researcher at Nijmegen University (department of work and organizational psychology) and at the Dutch foundation for Quality Improvement in Occupational Health (SKB/Amsterdam). He came to Tilburg University to work with the department of HR Studies in 2002, where he is employed as full professor since 2010. 

Research interests

Work and Organizational Psychologist specializing in HRM, well-being and performance.

PhD supervision

  • Co-promotor L. Dorenbosch. "Management by vitality: examining the "active" well-being and performance outcomes of high performance work practices" (2009).
  • Co-promotor K. van de Voorde "HRM, employee well-being and organizational performance: a balanced perspective" (2010).
  • Promotor S. Beijer "HR practices at work: their conceptualization and measurement in HRM research" (2014).
  • Promotor J. Dijkhuizen "Success and well-being among entrepreneurs in the Netherlands" (2015).
  • Promotor A. Hailemariam "Women entrepreneurs in sub-Saharan Africa: A self-determination theory perspective" (2018).
  • Promotor K. Hailu Gudeta "Managing boundarylessness between work, family and community: The experiences of women entrepreneurs in Ethiopia" (2018).
  • Promotor P. van der Laken "Data-driven human resource management: The rise of people analytics and its application to expatriate management" (2018).
  • Promotor H. Bakker "Resilience and self-regulation in rescue workers".
  • Promotor E. van der Meulen "Psycho-social wellbeing, coping and resilience of police officers in The Netherlands".
  • Promotor J. van Beurden "HRM perceptions, employee well-being and performance: The role of individual differences".
  • Promotor M. van Gelder "Strategy & HRM: Agility as means and ends".
  • Promotor K. Pak "HRM and sustained employability".
  • Promotor D. van der Kruijssen "Job crafting towards strengths and interests".

External positions

(van Veldhoven Consultancy B.V.,)

1 Jan 1997 → …

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Research Output 2001 2019

Challenging the universality of job resources: Why, when, and for whom are they beneficial?

van Veldhoven, M., van den Broeck, A., Daniels, K., Bakker, A., Tavares, S. & Ogbonnaya, C., 2019, In : Applied Psychology: An International Review. 25 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Universality
Resources
Summary
Historic
Psychology

Dreams and reality: Autonomy support for women entrepreneurs in Ethiopia

Hailemariam, A. T., Kroon, B., Van Engen, M. & Van Veldhoven, M., 2019, In : Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal. 38, 7, p. 727-742

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Ethiopia
entrepreneur
autonomy
self-determination
well-being

Fostering expatriate success: A meta-analysis of the differential benefits of social support

van der Laken, P., van Engen, M., van Veldhoven, M. & Paauwe, J., 2019, In : Human Resource Management Review. 22 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Foster Home Care
Expatriates
Social support
Meta-analysis

Hired domestic help: Critical factor in women entrepreneurs’ life and business satisfaction in sub-Saharan countries

Hailu Gudeta, K., van Engen, M., Peters, P., van Veldhoven, M. & Moors, G., 2019, The wellbeing of women in entrepreneurship: A global perspective. Lepeley, A-T., Kuschel, K., Beutell, N., Pouw, N. & Eijdenberg, E. L. (eds.). Routledge, p. 391-402

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterScientificpeer-review

Women entrepreneurs
Critical factors
Well-being
Entrepreneurs
Resources

Human resource management and the ability, motivation and opportunity to continue working: A review of quantitative studies

Pak, K., Kooij, T. A. M., de Lange, A. & van Veldhoven, M. J. P. M., Sep 2019, In : Human Resource Management Review. 29, 3, p. 336-352 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview articleScientificpeer-review

Human resource management
Job demands
Job resources
Human resource practices
Peers