Jarrod Haar
Jarrod Haar
Professor of Management
Verified email at aut.ac.nz
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Outcomes of work–life balance on job satisfaction, life satisfaction and mental health: A study across seven cultures
JM Haar, M Russo, A Suņe, A Ollier-Malaterre
Journal of Vocational Behavior 85 (3), 361-373, 2014
5512014
The role of mindfulness and psychological capital on the well-being of leaders.
M Roche, JM Haar, F Luthans
Journal of occupational health psychology 19 (4), 476, 2014
3522014
Programme knowledge and value of work-family practices and organizational commitment
JM Haar, CS Spell
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 15 (6), 1040-1055, 2004
2372004
Work-family conflict and turnover intention: Exploring the moderation effects
JM Haar
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 33 (1), 35-39, 2004
1932004
Smart technology, artificial intelligence, robotics, and algorithms (STARA): Employees’ perceptions of our future workplace
D Brougham, J Haar
Journal of Management & Organization 24 (2), 239-257, 2018
1872018
Testing a new measure of work–life balance: A study of parent and non-parent employees from New Zealand
JM Haar
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (17), 3305-3324, 2013
1572013
Family supportive organization perceptions and employee outcomes: The mediating effects of life satisfaction
JM Haar, MA Roche
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (7), 999-1014, 2010
1422010
Does family life help to be a better leader? A closer look at crossover processes from leaders to followers
LL Ten Brummelhuis, JM Haar, M Roche
Personnel Psychology 67 (4), 917-949, 2014
1312014
How does distributive justice affect work attitudes? The moderating effects of autonomy
JM Haar, CS Spell
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 20 (8), 1827-1842, 2009
1222009
Positive spillover from the work—family interface: A study of Australian employees
JM Haar, EA Bardoel
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 46 (3), 275-287, 2008
1072008
The downside of coping: Work–family conflict, employee burnout and the moderating effects of coping strategies
JM Haar
Journal of Management & Organization 12 (2), 146-159, 2006
922006
Discordance in perceptions of barriers to diabetes care between patients and primary care and secondary care
D Simmons, S Lillis, J Swan, J Haar
Diabetes care 30 (3), 490-495, 2007
912007
Work–family conflict and turnover intentions of indigenous employees: the importance of the whanau/family for Maori
JM Haar, M Roche, D Taylor
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (12), 2546-2560, 2012
902012
Challenge and hindrance stressors in New Zealand: Exploring social exchange theory outcomes
JM Haar
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 17 (11), 1942-1950, 2006
852006
Crossover of distress due to work and family demands in dual-earner couples: A dyadic analysis
LL ten Brummelhuis, JM Haar, T van der Lippe
Work & Stress 24 (4), 324-341, 2010
732010
An indigenous model of career satisfaction: Exploring the role of workplace cultural wellbeing
JM Haar, DM Brougham
Social Indicators Research 110 (3), 873-890, 2013
682013
Categories of insight and their correlates: An exploration of relationships among classic‐type insight problems, rebus puzzles, remote associates and esoteric analogies
JB Cunningham, JN MacGregor, J Gibb, J Haar
The Journal of Creative Behavior 43 (4), 262-280, 2009
642009
Predicting total quality management adoption in New Zealand: The moderating effect of organisational size
JM Haar, CS Spell
Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 2008
632008
Mindfulness and job performance: A study of Australian leaders
E King, JM Haar
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 55 (3), 298-319, 2017
602017
Corporate entrepreneurship and information technology towards employee retention: A study of New Zealand firms
JM Haar, BJ White
Human Resource Management Journal 23 (1), 109-125, 2013
582013
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