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Making it (at) work: Gendered resources and constraints of family leave-taking.
Author: Joanne Christine Sandberg
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Public Policy
Date: 2001

Corporate family policies in U.S. organizations, 1965-1997
Author: Erin Lee Kelly
Type: Dissertation

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

Restructuring the "Family Wage": Gender and the intersection of family and economic change in the United States.
Author: Susan Gail Singley
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Employee Benefits; Income
Date: 2000

Working the family in: A case study of the determinants of employees' access to and use of alternative work arrangements, and their home-to-work spillover.
Author: Mary Ellen Flack
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements
Date: 2000

Meet me under the glass ceiling at the corner of class and gender: The workplace experience of executive women with non-managerial spouses.
Author: Laura L Markos
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Other; Career(s); Gender; Men; Occupation; Roles; Women; Gender
Date: 2000

Employment hours and household tasks: A longitudinal analysis.
Author: Jeffrey E Hawley
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Time
Date: 2000

Shift work and marital quality: An assessment of how changes in work schedules impact marital quality.
Author: Kurt David Johnson
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Shift Work
Date: 2000

Work/family plans of expectant and new parents: An inductive analysis.
Author: Beth Maddock Magistad
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Child Care
Date: 2000

Family and parent experiences in welfare-to-work transition: Psychological, social and disability factors
Author: Susie Jane Eberhard
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Income
Date: 2000

Strain, social support, and the meaning of work for new mothers.
Author: Catherine Croghan Hallett
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Dual-earner
Date: 2000

Family-friendly corporations: An analysis of effective implementation of family-friendly policies and the impact upon corporate performance and efficiency
Author: Debbie Psihountas
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Human Resources; Corporate; Business Case; Productivity; Work and Family
Date: 2000

Restaging the Welfare Diva: Case Studies of Single Motherhood and Social Policy.
Author: Iara Lessa
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Income; Public Policy
Date: 2000

Married employed mothers, social support and anxiety.
Author: Larmia M Robbins-Brinson
Type: Dissertation

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Date: 2000

Here today, gone tomorrow: The process of outsourcing production and its effects on contingent workers.
Author: Jacqueline Marie Zalewski
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Alternative Work Arrangements; Income
Date: 2000

Coping with capitalism: Gender and the transformation of work-family conflicts in former East Germany
Author: Elizabeth Cook Rudd
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Public Policy; Business Case; Global; International
Date: 2000

Predicting occupational advancement behavior: Do perceptions of the glass-ceiling really matter?.
Author: Stephani A Williams
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Other; Career(s); Gender; Men; Occupation; Roles; Women
Date: 2000

Exploring the Influence of Family Origin Experiences on the Career Development of African American Women.
Author: Stacey M Pearson
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Diversity; Ethnicity; Culture
Date: 2000

The meaning of time for reduced-load workers and their families.
Author: Stephen C Smith
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Time; Flexible Work Arrangements/Flexibility
Date: 2000

Restructuring the employment relationship: Implications for firms, unions, and employees.
Author: Jean Marie Clifton
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Work Design/Redesign; Economy
Date: 2000

Working women in their multiple role environment: A salutogenic perspective.
Author: Sumaya Omar Carrim
Type: Dissertation

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Date: 2000

The effects of daily work stress on employed mothers' mood states
Author: Paula Cooperman Vincent
Type: Dissertation

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Date: 2000

On combining motherhood with employment: An exploratory study.
Author: Linda Rose Ennis
Type: Dissertation

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Date: 2000

Blurring the public and the private: Work-family boundary permeability for professional married co-workers
Author: Michelle Yvonne Janning
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Dual-earner
Date: 2000

The effects of maternal labor force participation and income on child development
Author: Susanne N James-Burdumy
Type: Dissertation

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Date: 2000

Women and work: Dynamics of the glass ceiling and public policy perspectives.
Author: S Suzan Jane Harkness
Type: Dissertation

IconTopic: Other; Career(s); Gender; Men; Occupation; Roles; Women; Public Policy
Date: 2000