Dieu Hack-Polay
Dieu Hack-Polay
Professor, Crandall University | City Institute of Higher Learning | University of Lincoln
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Manifesto for the future of work and organizational psychology
PM Bal, E Dóci, X Lub, YGT Van Rossenberg, S Nijs, S Achnak, RB Briner, ...
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 28 (3), 289-299, 2019
When home isn’t home: A study of homesickness and coping strategies among migrant workers and expatriates
D Hack-Polay
International Journal of Psychological Studies 4 (3), 62-72, 2012
Moderating role of psychological empowerment on the relationship between green HRM practices and millennial employee retention in the hotel industry of Bangladesh
MA Islam, D Hack‐Polay, A Haque, M Rahman, MS Hossain
Business Strategy & Development 5 (1), 17-29, 2022
The role of artificial intelligence in shaping the future of Agile fashion industry
M Mohiuddin Babu, S Akter, M Rahman, MM Billah, D Hack-Polay
Production Planning & Control, 1-15, 2022
A generational study of employees’ customer orientation: a motivational viewpoint in pandemic time
AB Mahmoud, N Grigoriou, L Fuxman, WD Reisel, D Hack-Polay, I Mohr
Journal of Strategic Marketing 30 (8), 746-763, 2022
The role of institutional and family embeddedness in the failure of Sub-Saharan African migrant family businesses
D Hack-Polay, PA Igwe, NO Madichie
The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 21 (4), 237-249, 2020
Learning from failure: A study of failed enterprises of self-employed African migrants in the UK
J Mendy, D Hack-Polay
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development 25 (2), 330-343, 2018
Locus of control as a moderator of the effects of COVID‐19 perceptions on job insecurity, psychosocial, organisational, and job outcomes for MENA region hospitality employees
AB Mahmoud, WD Reisel, L Fuxman, D Hack‐Polay
European Management Review 19 (2), 313-332, 2022
Who’s more vulnerable? A generational investigation of COVID-19 perceptions’ effect on Organisational citizenship Behaviours in the MENA region: job insecurity …
AB Mahmoud, D Hack-Polay, WD Reisel, L Fuxman, N Grigoriou, I Mohr, ...
BMC Public Health 21, 1-17, 2021
Email is evil! Behavioural responses towards permission-based direct email marketing and gender differences
AB Mahmoud, N Grigoriou, L Fuxman, D Hack-Polay, FB Mahmoud, ...
Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing 13 (2), 227-248, 2019
Migrant integration: case for a necessary shift of paradigm
D Hack-Polay
Journal of Identity and Migration Studies 2 (1), 37-56, 2008
A generational investigation and sentiment and emotion analyses of female fashion brand users on Instagram in Sub-Saharan Africa
AB Mahmoud, D Hack-Polay, N Grigoriou, I Mohr, L Fuxman
Journal of Brand Management 28 (5), 526, 2021
The use of biotechnologies in textile processing and environmental sustainability: An emerging market context
M Rahman, MM Billah, D Hack-Polay, A Alam
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 159, 120204, 2020
African migrants and stress coping strategies in Australia: Implications for social work
I Ikafa, D Hack-Polay, J Walker, AB Mahmoud
International Social Work 65 (6), 1166-1183, 2022
A critical perspective on industry involvement in higher education learning: Enhancing graduates’ knowledge and skills for job creation in Nigeria
UC Okolie, CA Nwajiuba, B Eneje, MO Binuomote, C Ehiobuche, ...
Industry and Higher Education 35 (1), 61-72, 2021
Pandemic pains to Instagram gains! COVID-19 perceptions effects on behaviours towards fashion brands on Instagram in sub-Saharan Africa: tech-native vs non-native generations
AB Mahmoud, J Ball, D Rubin, L Fuxman, I Mohr, D Hack-Polay, ...
Journal of Marketing Communications 28 (8), 864-888, 2022
Beyond words and rhetoric–small voluntary organisations and effective refugee integration in the communities
D Hack-Polay, PA Igwe
Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy …, 2019
What is hindering change? Anticipating the barriers to the adoption of enzyme‐based textile processing in a developing country
M Rahman, MM Billah, D Hack‐Polay
Business Strategy & Development 2 (2), 137-147, 2019
The Janus‐faced effects of COVID‐19 perceptions on family healthy eating behavior: Parent’s negative experience as a mediator and gender as a moderator
AB Mahmoud, D Hack‐Polay, L Fuxman, M Nicoletti
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 62 (4), 586-595, 2021
Improving higher education standards through reengineering in West African universities–A case study of Nigeria
PA Igwe, D Hack-Polay, J Mendy, T Fuller, D Lock
Studies in Higher Education 46 (8), 1635-1648, 2021
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