Work and Life Integration: Organizational, Cultural, and Individual Perspectives [NOOK Book]

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This book, edited by Ellen Kossek and Susan Lambert, enlightens the research community and informs the public debates on how workplaces can be made more family sensitive by providing contributions from psychologists, sociologists, and economists who have not shied away from asserting the policy implications of their findings. It will appeal to both practitioners and academics interested in seeking ways to creative meaningful lives.
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Work and Life Integration: Organizational, Cultural, and Individual Perspectives

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Overview

This book, edited by Ellen Kossek and Susan Lambert, enlightens the research community and informs the public debates on how workplaces can be made more family sensitive by providing contributions from psychologists, sociologists, and economists who have not shied away from asserting the policy implications of their findings. It will appeal to both practitioners and academics interested in seeking ways to creative meaningful lives.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781135622800
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/16/2004
  • Series: Applied Psychology Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 600
  • File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

1 "Work-family scholarship" : voice and context 3
2 (Re)considering conflict between work and family 19
3 The changing time demands of managerial and professional work : implications for managing the work-life boundary 43
4 Technology, organizations, and work-life integration 61
5 Organizational reliability, flexibility, and security 85
6 Organizational stratification : distributing opportunities for balancing work and personal life 103
7 When firms restructure : understanding work-life outcomes 127
8 Family-friendly programs and work-life integration : more myth than magic? 151
9 The equity imperative : redesigning work for work-family integration 171
10 The importance of the individual : how self-evaluations influence the work-family interface 193
11 Work and family stress and well-being : an integrative model of person-environment fit within and between the work and family domains 211
12 Flexibility enactment theory : implications of flexibility type, control, and boundary management for work-family effectiveness 243
13 The decision process theory of work and family 263
14 Professionals becoming parents : socialization, adaptation, and identity transformation 287
15 What is success? : who defines it? : perspectives on the criterion problem as it relates to work and family 319
16 Work-life integration and social policy : a social justice theory and gender equity approach to work and family 349
17 Three reasons for a transnational approach to work-life policy 375
18 The role of speaking up in work-life balancing 401
19 The development of psychosocial capital in organizations : implications for work and family life 429
20 Supervisor support and work-life integration : a social identity perspective 445
21 Recasting the work-family agenda as a corporate social responsibility 469
22 Connecting theory and practice 493
23 Future frontiers : enduring challenges and established assumptions in the work-life field 513
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