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Organizational culture: A key to the success of work and family programs.
Author: Ronald J Burke; Ronald J Burke; Debra L Nelson
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2002

The unbalanced life: Work and family conflict.
Author: Leslie B Hammer; Cari L Colton; Suzanne L Caubet; Krista J Brockwood; Jay C Thomas; Michel Hersen
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Roles; Spillover; Roles; Identity; Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2002

Work and family issues: Old and new.
Author: Suzan Lewis; Ronald J Burke; Debra L Nelson
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2002

Work-family balance
Author: Michael R Frone; James Campbell Quick; Lois E Tetrick
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Roles; Spillover; Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2002

How are small businesses responding to work and family issues?
Author: Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes; Leon L Litchfield
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Human Resources; Corporate
Date: 2001

Working women and the dynamics of power at work.
Author: Marina A Adler; Berch Bergeroglu
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Career(s); Gender; Men; Occupation; Roles; Women; Income; Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2001

Family friendly policies: Organizational justice perceptions of need-based allocations.
Author: Alicia A Grandey; Russell Cropanzano
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2001

Cultural dilemmas in changing work and family life in the United States.
Author: Tom Fricke; Eileen Appelbaum
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2000

A coming of age: Work/life flexibility.
Author: Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes; Eileen Appelbaum
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2000

Workplace programmes and policies in the United Kingdom.
Author: Julia Brannen; Linda L Haas; Philip O Hwang; Graeme Russell; Suzan Lewis
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2000

Promoting workforce effectiveness and life quality: Early evidence from the Cornell Couples and Careers Study.
Author: Phyllis Moen; Eileen Appelbaum; Deborah Harris-Abbott; Shinok Lee; and Roehling, Patricia
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2000

Organisational change and gender equity: Case studies from the United Kingdom.
Author: Suzan Lewis; Linda L Haas; Philip O Hwang; Graeme Russell
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Gender
Date: 2000

Work-life initiatives: Greed or benevolence regarding workers' time?.
Author: Catherine Kirchmeyer; Cary L Cooper; Denise M Rousseau
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Work Design/Redesign; Work and Family; Economy
Date: 2000

Helping families with young children navigate work and family life.
Author: Ellen Galinsky; Eileen Appelbaum; James T Bond
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 2000

Theorizing corporate family policies: How advocates built "The Business Case" for "Family-Friendly" Programs.
Author: Erin L Kelly; Toby L Parcel
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1999

Feeling at home at work: Life in academic departments.
Author: Barrie Thorne; Arlie Russell Hochschild; Barry Glassner; Rosanna Hertz
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1999

Becoming family-friendly: Work-family program innovation among the largest U.S. corporations.
Author: Kristine M Witkowski; T Parcel
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1999

Family-supportive employer policies and men: A perspective.
Author: Joseph H Pleck
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Flexible Work Arrangements/Flexibility
Date: 1998

Expanding theories of occupational structure: Examining the relationship between family responsive policies and worker well-being.
Author: Susan J Lambert; David J Tucker; Charles Garvin; Rosemary Sarri
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Child Care; Elder Care; Age or Aging; Diversity; Ethnicity; Culture
Date: 1997

Progress in organizational justice: Tunneling through the maze.
Author: Russell Cropanzano; Jerald Greenberg; Cary L Cooper; Ivan T Robertson
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1997

Three perspectives on policy: 1. Work and family benefits; 2. Work- family policies and equality between women and men; 3. The role of child care and parental leave policies in supporting family and work activities.
Author: Olivia Mitchell; Francine D Blau; Ronald G Ehrenberg; Barbara R Bergmann; H Elizabeth Peters
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Public Policy; Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1997

Moving from programs to culture change: The next stage for the corporate work-family agenda.
Author: Dana Friedman; Arlene Johnson; S Parasuraman; J Greenhaus
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1997

Human resource strategies to support diversity in work and personal lifestyles: Beyond the "family friendly" organization.
Author: Sharon A Lobel; Ellen E Kossek
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Diversity; Ethnicity; Generations/Generational; Work and Family; Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1996

Developing and implementing policies: Midland Bank's experience.
Author: Suzan with Watts, Anne Lewis; Suzan Lewis; Jeremy Lewis; Christine Camp
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations; Child Care; Elder Care; Age or Aging; Public Policy; Business Case; Global; International; Diversity; Ethnicity; Generations/Generational; Work and Family; Leave; Public Policy
Date: 1996

The restructuring of work and family in the United States: A new challenge for American corporations.
Author: Judith G Gonyea; Suzan Lewis; Jeremy Lewis; Bradley K Googins
Type: Chapter in edited volume

IconTopic: Work Design/Redesign; Work and Family; Economy; Culture; Family-Friendly; Organizations
Date: 1996