dr. (Brenda) B Vermeeren

dr. (Brenda) B Vermeeren
Associate professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Public Administration
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
vermeeren@essb.eur.nl

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Brenda Vermeeren is an assistant professor at the department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam, and an advisor at ICTU-InternetSpiegel (a program of the Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations, The Netherlands). Her research interests include the relationship between HRM and public performance, the role of line managers in implementing HRM, and the antecedents and effects of dual job-holding. An important driving force in her work is connecting science and (policy) practice. She is a general board member of the association for public administration (Vereniging voor Bestuurskunde) and a jury member of the Public Administration Brasz Thesis Award.

Brenda Vermeeren studied Personnel and Labor at Rotterdam University (Bachelor’s degree - graduating in 2005) and Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam (Master’s degree - graduating in 2007; cum laude). From 2008 to 2013, Brenda worked as a PhD candidate at the Department of Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She defended her dissertation, titled “HRM Implementation and Performance in the Public Sector”, in March 2014.

  • Brenda Vermeeren, D de Kool & Bram Steijn (2021) - Perceived opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence within the police - a public management perspective - doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-42523-4_23 - Springer
  • Brenda Vermeeren (2018) - Managen van human resources - Coutinho
  • Brenda Vermeeren, Ben Kuipers & Tessa Janssen (2013) - HRM en prestaties van publieke organisaties - Koninklijke Van Gorcum BV
  • Ben Kuipers & Brenda Vermeeren (2013) - Inrichting van publieke organisaties - Koninklijke Van Gorcum BV
  • Erik Hans Klijn, Bram Steijn, Jurian Edelenbos & Brenda Vermeeren (2011) - Steering for broad social outcomes in governance networks; The effects of participation and network management - Emerald
  • Brenda Vermeeren & Ben Kuipers (2010) - HRM en prestaties van publieke organisaties - Koninklijke Van Gorcum BV

  • S Metselaar, Laura Dulk & Brenda Vermeeren (2020) - Changes in public sector workers work-life balance experiences during the pandemic: explaining the differences
  • Brenda Vermeeren & J Penning de Vries (2019) - People Management in Public Organizations
  • Laura Dulk, S Metselaar & Brenda Vermeeren (2019) - Workplace flexibility: Exploring Utilization and Its Consequences
  • Bram Steijn & Brenda Vermeeren (2019) - Red tape, work pressure and occupational stress in the public sector
  • Alissa Zijl, Brenda Vermeeren, Ferry Koster, J (Joris) van der Voet & Bram Steijn (2018) - Functional Heterogeneity and Team Innovation: Effects of Team Conflict and Team Learning Behaviours.
  • Alissa Zijl, Brenda Vermeeren, Ferry Koster, J (Joris) van der Voet & Bram Steijn (2018) - Functional heterogeneity and team innovation: The effects of team conflict and team learning behaviors
  • Alissa Zijl, Brenda Vermeeren, Ferry Koster, J (Joris) van der Voet & Bram Steijn (2017) - The effect of functional heterogeneity on team performance and the role of leadership in neighbourhood teams
  • A van Zijl, Brenda Vermeeren, Ferry Koster, J (Joris) van der Voet & Bram Steijn (2017) - Towards sustainable social- and healthcare services: The effect of functional heterogeneity on team performance and the role of leadership in neighbourhood teams.
  • Alissa Zijl, Brenda Vermeeren, Ferry Koster, J (Joris) van der Voet & Bram Steijn (2017) - Towards sustainable local welfare systems: The effect of functional heterogeneity on team processes in Dutch neighborhood teams
  • A van Zijl, Brenda Vermeeren, Ferry Koster, J (Joris) van der Voet & Bram Steijn (2017) - Towards sustainable local welfare systems: The effect of functional heterogeneity and team autonomy on team processes in Dutch neighbourhood teams.
  • J (Joris) van der Voet & Brenda Vermeeren (2017) - Change willingness of public sector employees: A survey experiment of meaningfulness and powerfulness.
  • Brenda Vermeeren & J (Joris) van der Voet (2017) - Public service motivation and prosocial motivation: A multi sector comparison of their discriminant validity, measurement equivalence and employee outcomes.
  • T Homan, Peter Hupe & Brenda Vermeeren (2016) - Work Pressure Defined: Insights from Street-Level Bureaucracy and Organizational Psychology.
  • Brenda Vermeeren, L Vermeer, J Visser & L Mazor (2016) - Line Managers’ AMO to execute employability activities and the effect on employees’ employability orientation
  • Brenda Vermeeren (2015) - Multiple Job Holding in the Public Sector Context: Motivations, Outcomes and Implications
  • B Bronkhorst & Brenda Vermeeren (2015) - Organizational Safety Climate, Worker Health and Organizational Health Performance: Testing a Physical, Psychosocial and Combined Pathway
  • Tessa Janssen, Brenda Vermeeren, Bram Steijn & Laura Dulk (2015) - Leadership style, HRM and performance in Dutch primary education
  • J (Joris) van der Voet & Brenda Vermeeren (2014) - Can Change Management Mitigate the Negative Effects of Public Sector Cutbacks on Employee Wellbeing? Evidence from the Dutch Public Sector
  • Brenda Vermeeren & J (Joris) van der Voet (2013) - How) do public sector cutbacks affect employee wellbeing? Evidence from the Dutch public sector
  • Brenda Vermeeren (2013) - Decomposing HRM and Performance: Studying the Impact of AMO-enhancing HR Practices on Various Performance Outcomes in the Public Sector
  • LG Tummers & Brenda Vermeeren (2012) - Job Control in Contemporary Organizations: Conceptualization and Measurement of Various Dimensions of Job Control
  • Brenda Vermeeren, LG Tummers, Madhur Lankhaar, Bram Steijn & J Heesen (2012) - HR and Multiple Performance Dimensions: The influence of HR Practices on Job Satisfaction, Employee Absenteeism, Client Satisfaction and Business Performance
  • Laura Dulk, Bram Steijn & Brenda Vermeeren (2011) - New Ways of Working in the Dutch Public Sector
  • B Bronkhorst, Brenda Vermeeren & Bram Steijn (2011) - Goal-Setting, Transformational Leadership and Work Motivation in a Dutch Municipality
  • Brenda Vermeeren, Ben Kuipers & Bram Steijn (2011) - Degree of Publicness Influencing HRM Implementation? An Exploratory Study of Organizational Variance.
  • I De Haan, P van Montfort, R Hogendoorn & Brenda Vermeeren (2010) - Measuring effectiveness of integrity management: A Study comparing the effectiveness of value based and compliance based approaches of integrity in Dutch public sector organizations by measuring employee perceptions.
  • Brenda Vermeeren, Ben Kuipers & Bram Steijn (2010) - The Two Faces of the Satisfaction Mirror: A Study of Work Environment, Job Satisfaction and Customer Satisfaction in Dutch Municipalities
  • Brenda Vermeeren, Ben Kuipers & Bram Steijn (2009) - Human Resource Management and Performance of Public Organizations: A Study of HRM, Employees attitude and Public Service Performance of Dutch Municipalities
  • Brenda Vermeeren, Ben Kuipers & Bram Steijn (2009) - Human Resource Management and Performance of Public Organizations: A Study of HRM, Employee Attitude and Behavior and Public Service Quality of Dutch Municipalities
  • Brenda Vermeeren, Ben Kuipers & Bram Steijn (2009) - Performance of Public Organizations: A Study of HRM and the Role of the Supervisor in Dutch Municipalities
  • Brenda Vermeeren, Ben Kuipers, Bram Steijn & ME Vogelaar (2008) - Human Resource Management and Performance of Public Organizations
  • Brenda Vermeeren, B de Wit & Bram Steijn (2007) - Educational Professionals under Pressure? The Influence of School Size upon Teacher Job Satisfaction in Dutch Secondary Education

  • J Visser, M Nijssen, Brenda Vermeeren & L Vermeer (2017) - Dit kun je doen om overheidsorganisaties wendbaar te maken (en is dat eigenlijk wel nodig?)

  • Joëlle Meer, Brenda Vermeeren & Bram Steijn (2020) - Civil servants’ wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Joëlle Meer, Brenda Vermeeren & Bram Steijn (2019) - How do street-level bureaucrats cope with critical incidents in the context of New Public Governance?
  • Brenda Vermeeren (2010) - Diversity in HRM Implementation and its Effect on Performance

  • Brenda Vermeeren (2007) - Leraren VO over schaalvergroting - Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap

  • Brenda Vermeeren & B. Bronkhorst (2017) - Emerald Literati Highly Commended Award

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Year
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Course Code
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