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Dr. Debora Jeske
+49 (0) 30 310078-5623

Focal areas of work

  • Work and Organisational Psychology
  • e-HRM, Digitalisation
  • Cybersecurity
  • Education & Research
  • Work & Industry 4.0

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Jeske is a research and project management consultant for the VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH in Berlin since January 2019. She is a work and organisational psychologist with 20 years of experience in academia and research institutions. Her main research interests focus on the interaction between employees and technology at work (e.g., in form of e-HRM).  Prior to joining VDI/VDE, she has worked for different research institutions in Germany and abroad (in the UK, Ireland, and the USA).


Götze, S., Jeske, D. & Benters, K. (2018). Training challenges in regulated industries: Making it work. Strategic HR Review, 17(3), 155-159.

Olson, D., & Jeske, D. (2018). Employee development and training issues related to the aging workforce. In Shultz, K.S. & Adams, G.A., (Eds.), Aging and Work in the 21st Century (2nd Edition), Applied Psychology Series, Routledge/ Psychology Press.

Calvard, T.S. & Jeske, D. (2018). Developing human resource data risk management in the age of big data. International Journal of Information Management, 43(2018), 159-164.

Stenberg Vik, Å., Nørbech, B.C., & Jeske, D. (2018). Virtual career fairs: Perspectives from Norwegian recruiters and exhibitors. Future Internet.

Holland, P., & Jeske, D. (2017). The changing role of social media at work: Implications for Recruitment and Selection. in T. Bondarouk, H. Ruel, & E. Parry (Eds). Electronic HRM in the Smart Era. Book series “The Changing Context of Managing People”, Emerald Publishing.

Bayerlein, L. & Jeske, D. (2017). Student learning opportunities in traditional and computer-mediated internships. Education + Training, 60(1), 27-38.

Van Schaik, P., Jeske, D., Onibokun, J., Coventry, L., Jansen, J., & Kusev, P. (2017). Risk perceptions of cyber-security threats and precautionary behavior. Computers in Human Behavior, 75(October), 547-559.

Jeske, D., & van Schaik, P. (2017). Familiarity with Internet threats: Beyond awareness. Computers & Security, 66, 129-141.

Briggs, P., Jeske, D. & Coventry, L. (2017). Behaviour change interventions for cybersecurity: Using protection-motivation as a framework. In L. Little, E. Sillence, & A. Joinson (Eds).  Behaviour Change Research and Theory: Psychological and Technological Perspectives (Ch. 6, 115-136). London: Academic Press/Elsevier.

Jeske, D., & Axtell, C.M. (2016). Global in small steps: e-internships in SMEs. Organizational Dynamics, 45(1), 55-63.

Jeske, D., & Shultz, K. (2016). Using social media content for screening in recruitment and selection: pros and cons. Work, Employment & Society, 30(3), 535-546.

Jeske, D., Briggs, P., & Coventry, L. (2016). Exploring the relationship between impulsivity and decision-making on mobile devices. Special Issue “Human-Computer Interaction at the Boundary of Work and Life.” Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 20(4), 545-557.

Jeske, D., & Axtell, C.M. (2016). How to run successful e-internships: a case for organizational learning. Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal, 30(2), 18-21.

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