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Dr Wee Chan Au
“Who is on-call to take care of my kids?”: The country and occupation contexts enabling informal childcare and nursing careers2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
A Critical Consideration of the Ethics of Care in Nursing Work2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
Antecedents and Outcomes of Work-Life Balance While Working from Home: A Review of the Research Conducted During the COVID-19 Pandemic2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
High commitment HR practices in Malaysian SMEs2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
How do refugee entrepreneurs navigate institutional voids? Insights from Malaysia2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
I am not just a nurse: The need for a boundaried ethic of care in the context of prolific relationality2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
Remote work and work-life balance: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and suggestions for HRD practitioners2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
What have work-life balance scholars learned from the covid-19 pandemic? A systematic literature review2022
Dr Wee Chan Au
A qualitative investigation of within-organization sustainable career2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
Bringing the family in: From duality to plurality in social enterprises2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
Doing Good, Staying Well: A Wellbeing Toolkit for Social Entrepreneurs2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
Is the work indeed meaningful? Investigation of the lived experiences of social entrepreneurs2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
Keep calm and work from home: Strategies used by dual-earner households with school-age children2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
Narrating career in the social entrepreneurship: Experiences of social entrepreneurs2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
Running their own show: Malaysian women entrepreneurs’ kaleidoscope careers2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
The implicit and explicit influence on work-life balance in Malaysia2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
The unfolding process of women’s entrepreneurship in a patriarchal society: An exploration of Bangladeshi women entrepreneurs’ experiences2021
Dr Wee Chan Au
Business Sentiment 2020/2021: A Perspective from Malaysian Executives2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
From duality to plurality: Embedding family logic in social enterprises2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
Industrial Skills Framework for the Malaysian Plastics Industry2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
Narrating career in the social entrepreneurship: Experiences of young social entrepreneurs2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
Navigate institutional voids in market participation: Insights from refugees in Malaysia2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
Subjective experiences of positive impact in social enterprises: Working for impact, seeing impact2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
The notion of meaningful work in social entrepreneurship 2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
Unbundling subjective career success: A sequential mediation analysis2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
Wellbeing assessment of pull and push women entrepreneurs. The case of Bangladesh2020
Dr Wee Chan Au
Authentic, balanced, and challenged women entrepreneurs: A qualitative study in Malaysia2019
Dr Wee Chan Au
Business Sentiment 2019/2020: A Perspective from Malaysian Executives2019
Dr Wee Chan Au
Context of career: Does planning translate into success?2019
Dr Wee Chan Au
Entrepreneurship and women’s well-being in Bangladesh2019
Dr Wee Chan Au
Exploring the process of career success through sequential mediation modelling?2019
Dr Wee Chan Au
The work-life experiences of an invisible workforce: The case of live-in women migrant domestic workers in Malaysia2019
Dr Wee Chan Au
The work-life experiences of migrant domestic workers in Malaysia2019
Dr Wee Chan Au
Business Sentiment 2018: A Perspective from Malaysian Executives2018
Dr Wee Chan Au
Do institutional pressures drive change? Evidence from Bangladesh garment industry2018
Dr Wee Chan Au
A Study of the Malaysian Plastics Industry Skills Needs2017
Dr Wee Chan Au
Business Sentiment 2016/2017: A Perspective from Malaysian Executives2017
Dr Wee Chan Au
A Study on Knowledge Content in Key Economic Sectors in Malaysia Phase III (MYKE III) Final Report (Phase 1)2016
Dr Wee Chan Au
A Study on Knowledge Content in Key Economic Sectors in Malaysia Phase III (MYKE III) Final Report (Phase 2)2016
Dr Wee Chan Au
Corporate social responsibility in Indian Family Firms: A socioemotional wealth perspective2016
Dr Wee Chan Au
Relationships between superior support, work role stressors and work-life experience2016
Dr Wee Chan Au
Sustainability in a Global Market: Strategies for Unlocking the Potential of the Halal Industry2015
Dr Wee Chan Au
Sustainable people management through work-life balance: A study of the Malaysian Chinese context2014