PUBLICATIONS

Last updated: September 20, 2022
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JOURNAL ARTICLES (PEER REVIEWED)

  1. Delanoeije, J., & Pendry, P. (2022). University cats? Predictors of staff and student responsiveness towards on-campus cat visitations. Anthrozoos (IF = 3.072; Q1). https://doi.org/10.1080/08927936.2022.2109290
  2. Delanoeije, J., & Bachus, K. (2022). Measuring circular reuse magnitude and replacement rate: A new method. Resources, Conservation & Recycling (IF = 13.716; Q1), 184, Article 106414. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2022.106414
  3. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2020). Between-person and within-person effects of telework: A quasi-field experiment. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (IF = 3.968; Q1), 29(6), 795–808. https://doi.org/10.1080/1359432X.2020.1774557
  4. Delanoeije, J., Gerencsér, L., & Miklósi, Á. (2020). Do dogs mind the dots? Investigating domestic dogs’ (Canis familiaris) preferential looking at human-shaped point-light figures. Ethology (IF = 1.700; Q2), 126(6), 637–650. https://doi.org/10.1111/eth.13016
  5. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2019). The use of work-home practices and work-home conflict: Examining the role of volition and perceived pressure in a multi-method study. Frontiers in Psychology (IF = 2.067; Q2), 10, article 2362. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02362
  6. Delanoeije, J., Verbruggen, M., & Germeys, L., (2019). Boundary role transitions: A day-to-day approach to explain the effects of home-based telework on work-to-home conflict and home-to-work conflict. Human Relations (IF = 3.600; Q1), 72(12), 1843–1868. https://doi.org/10.1177/0018726718823071
  7. Gadeyne, N., Verbruggen, M., Delanoeije, J., & De Cooman, R. (2018). All wired, all tired? Workrelated ICT-use outside work hours and work-to-home conflict: The role of integration preference and culture. Journal of Vocational Behaviour (IF = 6.065; Q1), 107, 86–99. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2018.03.008
  8. Gerencsér, L., Kosztolányi, A., Delanoeije, J., & Miklósi, Á. (2016). The effect of reward-handler dissociation on dogs’ obedience performance in different conditions. Applied Animal Behaviour Science (IF = 2.187; Q1), 174, 103–110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applanim.2015.11.009

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JOURNAL ARTICLES (NOT PEER REVIEWED)

  1. Delanoeije, J. (2022). “Mijn werk voelt als thuis”: Dieren in de (thuis)werkomgeving [“My work feels like home”: Animals in the (home-)workplace]. PreventFocus, 8, 11–16. (professionally oriented) https://researchgate.net/publication/361278459_Mijn_werk_voelt_als_thuis_Dieren_in_de_thuiswerkomgeving
  2. Delanoeije, J. (2020). De impact van thuiswerk op werknemerswelzijn en -prestatie [The impact of home-based telework on employee well-being and performance]. Over.Werk. Tijdschrift van het Steunpunt Werk, 30(2), 30-38. Steunpunt Werk: Uitgeverij Acco. (professionally oriented) https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/601073
  3. Delanoeije, J. (2020). Furry families in times of COVID-19: Cats and dogs at the home-office. Work-Life Balance Bulletin: A DOP Publication, 4(1), 16–20. The British Psychological Society. https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/576557
  4. Delanoeije, J. (2018). Dogs in the 2020 (home-)workplace. Work-Life Balance Bulletin: A DOP Publication, 2(2), 23–26. The British Psychological Society. https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/526596

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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (PEER REVIEWED)

  1. Darouei, M.*, Delanoeije, J.*, & Verbruggen, M.* (2022, August 5–9) [*joint first author]. When daily home-to-work transitions are not all bad: A multi-study design on the role of appraisals. AoM Proceedings: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2022.10313abstract
  2. Delanoeije, J., Verbruggen, M., & Poelmans, S. (2016, August 5–9). It is not what they do, it is why they do it: Employee motivations in the study of work-life practices. AoM Proceedings: Vol. 1. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Anaheim, California, U.S.A., 11404. https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2016.11404abstract

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INVITED LECTURES

  1. Delanoeije, J. (2021, August 26). Telewerk in het nieuwe werken: Vertrek vanuit vertrouwen [Telework in practice: Start from trust] [Invited lecture]. National Telework Conference by the Belgian Union of Flemish Enterprises (VBO FEB). Brussels, Belgium. (professionally oriented) https://www.vbo-feb.be/events/telewerk/program
  2. Delanoeije, J. (2021, April 1). De mens-dier relatie in mens-dier interacties [The human-animal relationship in human-animal interactions] [Invited lecture]. Animal Assisted Projects. (professionally oriented)
  3. Delanoeije, J. (2021, March 24). Work-home boundary role transitions: Telework before, during and after COVID-19 [Invited lecture]. Kanter Lecture Series, Center for Families, Purdue University. https://www.purdue.edu/hhs/hdfs/cff/initiatives/kanteraward/lectureseries/2021-kanter-lecture
  4. Delanoeije, J., Verbruggen, M., & Verelst, L. (2021, March 22). Naar een duurzaam thuiswerkbeleid [Towards sustainable telework policies] [Invited lecture]. Ekonomika Alumni Alumni event, Work and Organisation Studies, KU Leuven. (professionally oriented) https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/628638
  5. Delanoeije, J. (2021, February 13). Impact van flexibele werk-privé praktijken: Thuiswerk voor, tijdens en na COVID-19 [Impact of flexible work-home practices: Home-based telework before, during and after COVID-19] [Invited lecture]. Remote Working Theme Series by the Belgian Association of Organisational, Consumer and Occupational Psychology (VOCAP). (professionally oriented) https://www.eventbrite.be/e/vocap-themareeks-remote-working-deel-1-academische-sessie-tickets-131671690571
  6. Delanoeije, J. (2020, December 8). “There’s an animal on my desk”: Companion animals in employees’ (tele-)work lives [Invited lecture]. Research-Practitioners Colloquium of the Department of Social Psychology, Goethe University. https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/600798
  7. Delanoeije, J. (2020, November 23). Telewerk en werknemerswelzijn en -prestatie: Voor, tijdens en na COVID-19 [Home-based telework and employee well-being and performance: Before, during and after COVID-19] [Invited lecture]. Belgian Federal Government Organization (FOD) of Employment, Labor and Social Dialogue Practitioner’s conference “The new normal of the one and a half meter organization”, Brussels, Belgium. (professionally oriented) https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/594831
  8. Delanoeije, J. (2020, May 20). Voor- en nadelen van thuiswerk: Kansen, valkuilen en misverstanden [Benefit and drawbacks of telework: Opportunities, pitfalls and misconceptions] [Invited lecture]. HR Square webinar cycle home-based telework: Which lessons to draw from our experience during the corona crisis?. (professionally oriented) https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/576555
  9. Delanoeije, J. (2018, November 17). Honden als sociale lijm voor mensen, en mensen voor honden? [Dogs as social lubricant for people, and people for dogs?] [Invited lecture]. Kynotrain Conference: Fear and Cognition – Parallel applications from human to canine psychology, Lunteren, The Netherlands. (professionally oriented) https://www.kynocongres.nl/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Delanoeije-Joni-Honden-en-mensen-als-sociale-katalysator_public.pdf
  10. Delanoeije, J. (2017, April 21). De werk-privé balans en nieuwe werkvormen: Effectiviteitsverschillen over werknemers [Work-home balance and new ways of working: Differences in effectiveness over employees] [Invited lecture]. Happy @ Work TMAB Business Events, Grimbergen, Belgium. (professionally oriented) https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/526590
  11. Delanoeije, J. (2014, March 8). Visuele perceptie: licht in de duisternis door nieuwe methodes? [Visual perception: Light in the dark through new methods?] [Invited lecture]. Kynotrain Conference: Canine Cognition. Lunteren, The Netherlands. https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/526592
  12. Delanoeije, J. (2013, October 3). Het is maar een hond. Of niet? Over de betrekking van huisdieren in systeemtherapie [It’s just a dog. Or not? On the inclusion of companion animals in systems therapy][Invited lecture]. Terugkomdag AAI-Beest, Antwerpen, Belgium. (professionally oriented) https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/526594

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ABSTRACTS/PRESENTATIONS/POSTERS

  1. Kelliher, C., Darouei, M., Richardson, J., Verbruggen, M., Delanoeije, J., Khapova, S., Fitzegerald, S., & Anderson, D. (2022, August 5–9). Framing the discourse of remote working during the Covid-19 pandemic [Conference caucus]. AoM Proceedings: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. https://aom.org/events/annual-meeting
  2. Delanoeije, J., Willemen, E. & Verbruggen, M. (2022, July 7–9). Pet effect or garden effect? Effects of dog ownership and garden access on teleworkers’ daily physical activity and loneliness in two seasons [Conference presentation abstract]. 30th International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) Conference, Boise, Idaho, U.S.A. https://isaz2022.net
  3. Willemen, E., Verbruggen, M., & Delanoeije, J. (2022, July 7–9). Companion dogs as colleagues? Effects of dog external appearance, dog behavioral characteristics and policy characteristics on employee preferences for office dogs [Conference presentation abstract]. 30th International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) Conference, Boise, Idaho, U.S.A. https://isaz2022.net
  4. Delanoeije, J., Willemen, E., Moons, C. P. H., & Verbruggen, M. (2022, July 6–8). Who let the dog out? Day-level physical activity, loneliness, work focus and positive affect in dog owners and non-dog owners during pandemic telework in two seasons [Conference presentation abstract]. 15th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) Conference, Bordeaux, France. https://www.eaohp.org/conference.html
  5. Delanoeije, J., & Willemen, E. (2022, May 17). Thuiswerk tijdens de pandemie: effecten bij hondeneigenaars [Telework during the pandemic: Effects in dog owners]. DOGS@WORK study day, Leuven, Belgium. (professionally oriented)
  6. Delanoeije, J., Moons, C, P. H. & Verbruggen, M. (2022, January 11–14). Who let the dog out? Day-level physical activity, loneliness and work focus in dog owners and non-dog owners during pandemic telework [Conference presentation abstract]. 20th EAWOP congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Glasgow, Scotland. https://www.eawop2022.org
  7. Darouei, M.*, Delanoeije, J.* & Verbruggen, M.* (2022, January 11–14). Daily home-to-work transitions, psychological strain and work engagement: An appraisal perspective [Conference presentation abstract]. 20th EAWOP congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Glasgow, Scotland. [*joint first author]. https://www.eawop2022.org
  8. Delanoeije, J., Peeters, E. H. K. A., Moons, C, P. H. & Pendry, P. (2021, October 7–9). Staff and student attitudes about employee-owned visiting cats and dogs on campus [Conference presentation abstract]. 3th Annual Meeting of the European Veterinary Congress of Behavioural Medicine and Animal Welfare EVCBMAW. https://www.evcbmaw.org
  9. Delanoeije, J., Pendry, P., Peeters, E. H. K. A., & Moons, C, P. H. (2021, October 7–9). Behavioural profile differences between cats engaged in Animal Assisted Interventions (AAIs) and non-AAI cats using a Flemish translation of the Feline Behavioral Assessment & Research Questionnaire (Fe-BARQ) [Conference presentation abstract]. 3th Annual Meeting of the European Veterinary Congress of Behavioural Medicine and Animal Welfare EVCBMAW. https://www.evcbmaw.org
  10. Delanoeije, J., Pendry, P., Moons, C. P. H., & Peeters, E. H. K. A. (2021, August 2–6). College campus cat: Exploring PetPace collar data and survey data to measure stress and physical activity in a domestic cat [Conference presentation abstract]. 54th International Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), 2-6 August. http://www.isae2021.com
  11. Delanoeije, J., Moons, C, P. H., & Verbruggen, M. (2021, July 6–9). There’s no place like home: Dogs’ behaviour and activity and owners’ wellbeing and activities on teleworking versus non-teleworking days during COVID [Conference presentation abstract]. Canine Science Forum. https://csf2021.psianimal.pt
  12. Delanoeije, J., Pendry, P., Moons, C. P. H. & Peeters, E. H. K. A. (2021, June 22–24). College campus cat: Exploring PetPace collar data and survey data to measure physiological responses and physical activity during campus visits [Conference presentation abstract]. 30th International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) Conference. http://isaz.net/isaz/conferences
  13. Milatz, A., Pendry, P., Delanoeije, J., & Bynum, R. (2021, June 22–24). Identifying college students’ interests and preferences for feline and canine physical and behavioral traits during Animal Assisted Interventions (AAIs) using a mixed-methods approach [Conference presentation abstract]. 30th International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) Conference. http://isaz.net/isaz/conferences
  14. Delanoeije, J., & Bachus, K. (2020, October 8). Measuring reuse in Flanders: The first reuse mapping study [Conference presentation abstract]. Flemish Circular Economy Policy Research Centre conference: “Let’s talk about reuse”. (professionally oriented) https://ce-center.vlaanderen-circulair.be/en/events
  15. Delanoeije, J., Moons, C., & Peeters, E. (2020, September 3–5). Should we bring an employee-owned cat to a university campus? [Conference presentation abstract]. 29th International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) Conference. http://isaz.net/isaz/conferences
  16. Delanoeije, J. & Verbruggen, M. (2018, September 5–7). “My work feels like home”: Dogs in the 2020 (home-)workplace [Conference presentation abstract]. European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP). Lisbon, Portugal. http://eaohp.org/conference.html
  17. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2018, September 5–7). Effects of home-based telework on employee well-being and performance: A pilot daily diary intervention study [Conference presentation abstract]. European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP). Lisbon, Portugal. http://eaohp.org/conference.html
  18. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2018, April 12–13). Effects of home-based telework on employee well-being and performance: An intervention study [Conference presentation abstract]. European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) Small Group Meeting (SGM): “Working anywhere, anytime: Work flexibility from a management and an occupational health perspective”. Leuven, Belgium. http://eawop.org/reports
  19. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2017, November 9–10). Micro-role transitions: A day-to-day approach to explain inconsistent outcomes of home-based telework [Conference presentation abstract]. Biennial International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network. Nijmegen, The Netherlands. https://eneser.eu/2017/02/14/10th-biennial-international-conference-of-the-dutch-hrm-network-sustainable-hrm
  20. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2017, July 3–4). Micro-role transitions: A day-to-day approach to explain inconsistent outcomes of home-based telework [Conference presentation abstract]. International Conference of Work and Family: “The (new) ideal worker”. Barcelona, Spain. https://media.iese.edu/web/archive/en/faculty-research/events/7-international-conference-work-family
  21. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2017, May 16–19). Micro-role transitions: A day-to-day approach to explain inconsistent outcomes of home-based telework [Conference presentation abstract]. Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). Dublin, Ireland. http://eawop.org/past-congresses
  22. Meeussen, L., Delanoeije, J., Peters, P., & Kossek, E. E. (2017, May 16–19) (Chairs). Fitting in to find balance: A person-environment fit approach to work-life balance [Symposium]. Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). Dublin, Ireland. http://eawop.org/past-congresses
  23. Gadeyne, N., Verbruggen, M., Delanoeije, J., & De Cooman, R. (2017, May 16–19). All wired, all tired? Work-related ICT-use outside work hours and work-to-home conflict: The role of integration preference and culture [Conference presentation abstract]. Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). Dublin, Ireland. http://eawop.org/past-congresses
  24. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2016, June 23–25). It is not what they do, it is why they do it: Employee motivations in the study of work-life practices [Conference presentation abstract]. Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) Conference. Washington D. C., U.S.A., https://wfrn.org/conference-2016
  25. Verbruggen, M., & Delanoeije, J. (2016, June 23–25). Upward career goals, work-life conflict and well-being: Examining longitudinal cross-over effects in dual-earner couples [Conference presentation abstract]. Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) Conference. Washington D. C., U.S.A., https://wfrn.org/conference-2016

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SCIENCE OUTREACH

  1. Delanoeije, J. (2022, June 1). Thuiswerk na de pandemie [Telework after the pandemic] (Interview). Sociare, 6, 26–28. https://issuu.com/sociarevzw/docs/sociare_mag2022_web
  2. Delanoeije, J., & Verbruggen, M. (2022, June 3). Hybride werken, op maat en wel nú [Hybrid working, tailor-made and now] (Column). Tijdschrift voor HRM. https://tijdschriftvoorhrm.nl/hybride-werken-op-maat-en-wel-nu
  3. Delanoeije, J. (2022, February 22). Une taxe sur les chiens ? Un emmerdement pour l’humain, le chien et la société [A dog tax? Undesirable for people, dog and society] (Opinion piece). DaarDaar. https://daardaar.be/rubriques/opinions/une-taxe-sur-les-chiens-un-emmerdement-pour-lhumain-le-chien-et-la-societe
  4. Delanoeije, J. (2022, February 22). Een blaftaks? Strontvervelend voor mens, hond en samenleving [A dog tax? Undesirable for people, dog and society] (Opinion piece). De Standaard. https://standaard.be/cnt/dmf20220223_98098221
  5. Janssens M., Pulignano, V., Luyckx, J., Delanoeije, J., Frans, D., Billiet, A., & van Eck, D. (2021, November 2). ‘De Grote Shift’: Haal alles door elkaar, want alles hangt samen [‘The Big Climate Shift’] (Opinion piece). De Standaard, 26–27. https://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20211101_97863849
  6. Bachus, K. & Delanoeije, J. (2021, February 25). Hergebruik – de onderbelichte circulaire economiestrategie [Reuse – The understudied circular economy strategy] (Newsletter item), Nieuwsbrief Milieu & Economie. https://nieuwsbriefmilieueneconomie.nl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=864
  7. Delanoeije, J. (2020, May 26). Waarom zijn honden zo fascinerend? [Why are dogs so fascinating?] (Podcast interview). “Recht voor de rAAP” podcast, Animal Assisted Projects. https://aapvzw.be/podcast/aflevering1-wat-is-fascinerend-aan-honden
  8. Delanoeije, J. (2020, April 15). Gepubliceerd internationaal: Grensroltransities: Een dag-tot-dag benadering om de effecten van thuiswerk op werk-naar-thuis conflict en thuis-naar-werk conflict te verklaren [Published internationally: Boundary-tole transitions: A day-to-day approach to explain the effects of home-based telework on work-to-home conflict and home-to-work conflict]. Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken, 36(1), 104. https://doi.org/10.5117/2020.036.001.010
  9. Delanoeije, J. (2019, November 1). Het is niet erg als werk en privé met elkaar overlappen (interview) [It’s no problem if work and private life overlap]. HR Square, 194, 36–38. https://hrsquare.be/nl/tijdschrift/hr-square-194

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PHD THESES

  1. Delanoeije, J. (2019, June 20). New ways of working: An aid for employees? Understanding inconsistencies in the relationship between work–home practices and employees’ home and work outcomes (Doctoral dissertation). Faculty of Economics and Business, KU Leuven, Belgium, & Faculty of Business Economics, Hasselt University, Belgium. https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/541068

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REPORTS

  1. Delanoeije, J., & Bachus, K. (2020, October 8). Reuse: The understudied circular economy strategy. HIVA-KU Leuven. https://ce-center.vlaanderen-circulair.be/en/publications/publication/13-reuse-the-understudied-circular-economy-strategy
  2. Huyse, H., Bachus, K., Merlevede, T., Delanoeije, J., & Knipprath, H. (2019, December 19). Societal impact of the citizen science project “CurieuzeNeuzen Vlaanderen”. HIVA-KU Leuven. https://hiva.kuleuven.be/nl/onderzoek/thema/klimaatendo/p/projecten/CurieuzeNeuzen_Vlaanderen_EN

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INTERNET PUBLICATIONS

  1. Delanoeije, J. (2021, August 26). Telewerk in het nieuwe werken: Vertrek vanuit vertrouwen [Telework in practice: Start from trust] (Presentation summary). Belgian Union of Flemish Enterprises (VBO FEB). https://www.vbo-feb.be/actiedomeinen/hr–personeel/arbeidsorganisatie/telewerkconferentie-vertrek-vanuit-vertrouwen-joni-delanoeije
  2. Delanoeije, J. (2021, June 25). “My work feels like home”: A post-dog study (Blogpost). FWO Researcher Stories. https://www.fwo.be/en/researchers-in-the-spotlight/researcher-stories/joni-delanoeije
  3. Delanoeije, J. (2021, June 25). “Mijn werk voelt als thuis”: een (h)onderzoek [“My work feels like home”: A post-dog study] (Blogpost). FWO Onderzoekers vertellen. https://www.fwo.be/nl/onderzoekers-in-beeld/onderzoekers-vertellen/joni-delanoeije
  4. Delanoeije, J. (2020, June 2). Scheidingsgerelateerde problemen bij honden [Separation-related problems in dogs] (Unpublished practitioner’s thesis). Professional qualification: Dog behavior expert, Gedragscentrum voor honden, Limburg, Belgium. https://lirias.kuleuven.be/retrieve/578091
  5. Delanoeije, J. (2020, May 12). In lockdown with our dogs. Nice! What next? Preventing separation-related behavior problems in dogs (Blogpost). MyDogtor Blog. https://mydogtor.vet/en/blog/e56dfb1f-d314-4284-afdd-f7e9422ca9d3
  6. Delanoeije, J. (2020, April 21). Thuiswerk: Eindelijk productief! Of niet [Home-based telework: Finally productive! Or not] (Internet publication). HIVA researchers on COVID-19 – HIVA news.  https://hiva.kuleuven.be/nl/nieuws/nieuwsitems/thuiswerk-eindelijk-productief-of-niet
  7. Delanoeije, J. (2013; May 20). Het is maar een hond. Of niet? De betrekking van huisdieren in systeemtherapie: een exploratief onderzoek [It’s just a dog. Or not? The inclusion of dogs in systems therapy: An exploratory study] (Master’s thesis). Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium. https://limo.libis.be/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=32LIBIS_ALMA_DS71166758870001471&context=L&vid=KULeuven

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OTHER / PRESS MENTIONS

  1. VRT NWS (2022, September 20). Telewerken tijdens een energiecrisis [Telework during an energy crisis]. https://www.vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2022/09/20/telewerken-tijdens-een-energiecrisis-heb-je-dan-recht-op-een-ho/
  2. Woef Magazine (2022, September 1). Kantoorhonden: hond introduceren op de werkvloer is maatwerk [Office dogs: Introducing dogs to the workplace is a custom job]. https://woef.be/product/woef-september-2022
  3. De Standaard (2022, June 25). Kantoorhond goed voor werkomgeving [Office dog beneficial for working environment]. https://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20220624_97667377
  4. VRT NWS (2022, June 24). KU Leuven en vzw AAP stellen project “kantoorhond” voor: Hond op werkvloer kan een meerwaarde zijn [KU Leuven en vzw AAP stellen project “kantoorhond” voor: Hond op werkvloer kan een meerwaarde zijn]. https://www.vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2022/06/24/ku-leuven-en-vzw-aap-stellen-project-kantoorhond-voor-hond-op-w/
  5. ROB TV (2022, June 24). KU Leuven lanceert nieuw project met kantoorhonden [KU Leuven launches new project with office dogs]. https://www.robtv.be/nieuws/ku-leuven-lanceert-nieuw-project-met-kantoorhonden-140329
  6. Radio 2 (2022, June 24). Honden op het werk: KU Leuven en vzw AAP begeleiden de aanwezigheid van ‘kantoorhonden’ [Dogs at work: KU Leuven and vzw AAP guide the presence of ‘office dogs’]. https://radio2.be/luister/select/start-je-dag-in-vlaams-brabant/honden-op-het-werk-ku-leuven-en-vzw-aap-begeleiden-de-aanwezigheid-van-kantoorhonden
  7. NRJ Radio (2022, June 24). Lancering ‘Kantoorhonden’: KU Leuven en AAP vzw begeleiden bedrijven [Launching ‘Office dogs’: KU Leuven and AAP vzw assist companies].
  8. Gazet van Antwerpen (2022, June 24). KU Leuven en AAP onderzoeken impact van honden op kantoor [KU Leuven and AAP investigate impact of dogs in office]. https://www.gva.be/cnt/dmf20220624_93739776
  9. HLN (2022, June 24). Beestenbende op kantoor tijdens Take Your Dog to Work Day [Critters in the office during Take Your Dog to Work Day]. https://www.hln.be/leuven/in-beeld-beestenbende-op-kantoor-tijdens-take-your-dog-to-work-day-hij-is-rustig-het-is-dan-ook-vrijdag-voor-iedereen~a10d4e9c/
  10. Het Nieuwsblad (2022, June 24). Onderzoek van unief wijst uit: Wie beter wil werken, haalt best een hond naar het kantoor [Academic study shows: Those who want to work better should bring a dog to the office]. https://www.nieuwsblad.be/cnt/dmf20220624_94754905
  11. VRT NWS (2022, April 21). Een lieve labrador of een agressieve pitbull? Hondenras zegt veel minder over het karakter dan we denken [A sweet labrador or an aggressive pitbull? Dog breed says much less about the character than we think]. https://www.vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2022/04/29/hondenras-zegt-weinig-over-gedrag-volgens-onderzoek
  12. Radio 1 (2022, April 21). Hondengedrag wordt niet bepaald door het hondenras, maar wel door omgevingskenmerken en individuele persoonlijkheid van de hond, waarbij de fokker een belangrijke rol speelt [Dog behaviour is not determined by the dog breed, but rather by environmental characteristics and individual personality of the dog, with the breeder playing an important role].
  13. Irish Times (2022, February 11). Pedigree chums? Dogs in the office prove divisive. https://www.irishtimes.com/business/work/pedigree-chums-dogs-in-the-office-prove-divisive-1.4797008
  14. Radio 1 (2022, February 10). Bedrijven die flexibel telewerk blijven aanbieden zullen gemakkelijker personeel vinden [Companies that continue to offer flexible telework will more easily attract employees]. https://radio1.be/luister/select/de-wereld-vandaag/bedrijven-die-flexibel-telewerk-blijven-aanbieden-zullen-gemakkelijker-personeel-vinden
  15. Financial Times (2022, February 8). Pedigree chums? Dogs in the office prove divisive. https://www.ft.com/content/b25d8001-3ca5-4927-a990-7027acc6e4cc
  16. Radio 1 (2022, January 4). Recht op digitale deconnectie: wat houdt dit in en wat weten we erover? [Right to digital disconnection: What does it mean and what do we know about it?].
  17. De Standaard (2021, October 30). Hybride werken: het kan beter [Hybrid working: It can be done better]. https://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20211029_97606315
  18. VRT NWS (2021, October 4). Antwerpse “campuskat” heeft studenten gemist tijdens corona [Antwerp “campus cat” missed students during corona]. https://www.vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2021/10/04/antwerpse-campuskat-heeft-studenten-gemist-tijdens-corona-hi
  19. Goed Gevoel (2021, October 1). Vraag & Antwoord Rubriek: Mijn dochter van 7 wil graag een hond. Ze heeft ADHD, zijn er rassen die hier beter mee om kunnen? [Q&A Section: My 7 year old daughter wants a dog. She has ADHD, are there breeds that can handle this better?].
  20. Kerk & Leven (2021, September 22). Mensen en (hun) dieren [People and (their) animals]. https://kerkenleven.be/uitgave/2138/artikel/mensen-en-hun-dieren
  21. Het Belang Van Limburg (2021, June 10). Hond en kat opnieuw alleen thuis nu baasje weer gaat werken [Dog and cat home alone again as owner goes back to work]. https://www.hbvl.be/cnt/dmf20210609_97750714
  22. Wolters Kluwer (2021, February 9). Het effect van telewerk op prestaties en werknemerswelzijn [The impact of telework on employee performance and wellbeing]. https://sentral.kluwer.be/NewsView.aspx?id=VS300832987&contentdomains=SentralNEWSS
  23. Knack-Trends (2021, August 24). Terug naar kantoor: ‘Vertrouwen en dialoog zijn cruciaal voor nieuwe vormen van werkorganisatie’ [Back to the office: ‘Trust and dialogue are crucial for new forms of organisation’]. https://trends.knack.be/economie/magazine/joni-delanoeije-vertrouwen-en-dialoog-zijn-cruciaal/article-normal-1770691.html
  24. ECONnect (2021, July 1). Naar een duurzaam telewerkbeleid: Factoren voor succesvol thuiswerk [Towards sustainable telework policies: Factors for succesful teleworking]. https://kuleuven.foleon.com/econnect/econnect-juli-2021/succesvol-thuiswerk
  25. Het Nieuwsblad (2021, June 10). Terug naar het werk gaan? Stress, en dan vooral voor je huisdieren [Getting back to work? Stress, and mainly for your companion animals]. https://nieuwsblad.be/cnt/dmf20210609_95888839
  26. De Morgen (2021, February 3). Zijn de huisdieren hun thuiswerkende baasjes beu? [Are companion animals tired of their telecommuting owners?]. https://demorgen.be/nieuws/zijn-de-huisdieren-hun-thuiswerkende-baasjes-beu~b6ea182e
  27. Radio 1 (2021, January 28). Waarom vinden we het zo moeilijk om te blijven telewerken? [Why do we find it so hard to keep telecommuting?]. https://radio1.be/luister/select/de-wereld-vandaag/waarom-vinden-we-het-zo-moeilijk-om-te-blijven-telewerken-sommige-voelen-dat-hun-productiviteit-thuis-daalt
  28. Woef Magazine (2021, January 1). DOGS@WORK: Tips van expert Joni [DOGS@WORK: Tips from expert Joni]. https://woef.be/product/woef-januari-2021
  29. De Morgen (2020, December 16). 1 op 2 werkgevers denkt dat telewerk slecht is voor productiviteit. Ze hebben niet helemaal ongelijk [1 in 2 employers thinks that home-based telework is bad for performance. They are not entirely wrong]. https://demorgen.be/nieuws/1-op-2-werkgevers-denkt-dat-telewerk-slecht-is-voor-productiviteit-ze-hebben-niet-helemaal-ongelijk~b64f7137
  30. De Standaard Magazine (2020, October 31). Er zit een dier op het klavier – Mijn collega steekt geen poot uit [There is an animal next to the keyboard – My colleague does not perform well]. https://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20201027_95220297
  31. De Standaard (2020, October 8). Tweedehandseconomie veel groter dan gedacht [Second-hand economy bigger than thought]. https://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20201007_97677639
  32. Knack (2020, September 30). Telewerk is het nieuwe normaal: hoe de coronacrisis voor een mentale omslag heeft gezorgd [Home-based telework is the new normal: How the corona-crisis has caused a mental switch]. https://www.knack.be/nieuws/belgie/telewerk-is-het-nieuwe-normaal-hoe-de-coronacrisis-voor-een-mentale-omslag-heeft-gezorgd/article-longread-1647177.html
  33. HR Square Nieuws (2020, June 12). Thuiswerkers meer bevlogen en beter presterend, ook al voor corona [Home-based teleworkers more engaged and higher performing, already before corona]. http://www.hrsquare.be/nl/nieuws/thuiswerkers-meer-bevlogen-en-beter-presterend-ook-al-voor-corona
  34. HLN Het Laatste Nieuws (2020, June 10). KU Leuven-pilootproject toont gunstige effecten aan van thuiswerk: “Minder stress, meer bevlogen, betere prestaties” [KU Leuven pilot project shows favorable effects of home-based telework: Less stress, more engagement, higher performance]. http://www.hln.be/in-de-buurt/leuven/ku-leuven-pilootproject-toont-gunstige-effecten-aan-van-thuiswerk-minder-stress-meer-bevlogen-betere-prestaties~a6920640
  35. KU Leuven News (2020, June 10). Pilootproject toont gunstige effecten van thuiswerk aan [Pilot initiative shows favorable effects of home-based telework]. http://nieuws.kuleuven.be/nl/2020/pilootproject-toont-gunstige-effecten-van-thuiswerk-aan
  36. HRmagazine (2020, June 12). Thuiswerken wérkt [Home-based teleworking works]. https://hrmagazine.be/nl/posts/thuiswerken-werkt
  37. Partena Professional (2020, March 1). Thuiswerk is goed voor de productiviteit! Toch…? [Home-based telework is good for productivity! Is it…?]. https://www.partena-professional.be/nl/nieuws/thuiswerk-goed-voor-de-productiviteit-toch

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