Greenhaus, Jeffrey H.

Expanding the Boundaries of Work-Family Research

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Table of contents

Part I. Work-Life Policies and Flexible Work Arrangements in Organizations

1. Work-Life Policies: Linking National Contexts, Organizational Practice and People for Multi-level Change
Ellen Ernst Kossek, Ariane Ollier-Malaterre

2. Do Work-Family Policies Really “Work”? Evidence from Indian Call Centres
Sweta Raian-Rankin, Mark Tomlinson

Part II. Work-Life Culture and Practices in Organizations

3. Deconstructing “Family Supportive Cultures”: A Vision for the Future
Susan Lewis, Sweta Rajan-Rankin

4. Organizational Subcultures and Family Supportive Culture in a Spanish Organization
Olena Stepanova

Part III. Personal and Professional Careers and Talent Management

5. Work-Family Research and Practice: What if the Whole Person Mattered?
Elana R. Feldman, Douglas T. Hall

6. Effects of Gender and Family on Earnings and Career Paths: A Cross-Cultural Study of Europe, the USA and Japan
Nini Yang

Part IV. Decision Making in a Work-Life Context

7. The Present and Future of Work-Family Decision Making
Steven Poelmans, Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, Olena Stepanova

8. Sex, Gender, and Decisions at the Family-Work Interface
Gary N. Powell, Jeffrey H. Greenhaus

Part V. Coping and Strategies for Harmonizing Work and Life

9. New Directions in Work-Family Coping Research
Debra A. Major, Heather M. Lauzun, Mahan P. Jones

10. Fairly Flexible: Preventing Perceptions of Unfairness in Enactment of Workplace Flexibility
Špela Trefalt

Part VI. Work-Life Facilitation and Enrichment

11. Issues in the Development of Research on Inter-role Enrichment
Evangelia Demerouti, Inés Martinez Corts, Marina Boz

12. The Impact of Co-workers on Work-to-Family Enrichment and Organizational Outcomes
Karen Korabik, Melissa Warner

Part VII. Special Section

13. Times are Changing: Gender and Generation at Work and at Home in the USA
Ellen Galinsky, Kerstin Aumann, James T. Bond

14. Elucidating the Positive Side of the Work-Family Interface on International Assignments: A Model of Expatriate Work and Family Performance
Mila Lazarova, Mina Westman, Margaret Shaffer

15. Some Future Directions for Work-Family Research in a Global World
Tammy Allen

Keywords: Business and Management, Management, Organization, Human Resource Management, Operation Research/Decision Theory, Behavioral/Experimental Economics, Office Management

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