. Flexible Work

a. Work–family conflict and flexible work arrangements: Deconstructing flexibility

Tammy D Allen, Ryan C Johnson, Kaitlin M Kiburz, Kristen M Shockley

Personnel psychology 66 (2), 345-376, 2013


b. Flexible and compressed workweek schedules: A meta-analysis of their effects on work-related criteria. BB Baltes, TE Briggs, JW Huff, JA Wright. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1999 – psycnet.apa.org



cFlexible work practices: a source of career premiums or penalties?

LM LeslieCF ManchesterTY Park. Academy of Management Journal, 2012 – journals.aom.org


d. Defining and conceptualizing workplace flexibility

E Jeffrey HillJG Grzywacz, S Allen… – Community, Work and …, 2008 – Taylor & Francis


e. Doing more with less? Flexible working practices and the intensification of work

C Kelliher, D Anderson – Human relations, 2010 – journals.sagepub.com


fWorkplace flexibility, work hours, and work-life conflict: finding an extra day or two.

EJ Hill, JJ Erickson, EK Holmes… – Journal of Family …, 2010 – psycnet.apa.org


g.  Sources of Conflict Between Work and Family Roles

JH GreenhausNJ Beutell – Academy of management review, 1985 – journals.aom.org

An examination



h. Making the link between work-life balance practices and organizational performance

TA Beauregard, LC Henry – Human resource management review, 2009 – Elsevier



i. Consequences of work‐home segmentation or integration: A person‐environment fit perspective

GE Kreiner – … Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2006 – Wiley Online Library



j. For better or for worse? An analysis of how flexible working practices influence employees’ perceptions of job quality

C Kelliher, D Anderson – The International Journal of Human …, 2008 – Taylor & Francis


kIf you can use them: Flexibility policies, organizational commitment, and perceived performance

SC Eaton – Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and …, 2003 – Wiley Online Library

2. Work life balance

a. Perspectives on the study of work-life balance

DE Guest – Social Science Information, 2002 – journals.sagepub.com


b. Work/life balanceNR Lockwood – Challenges and Solutions, SHRM Research, USA, 2003 – adapt.it

cWhy work–life balance now? S Fleetwood – The international journal of human resource …, 2007 – Taylor & Francis

d. Work–life balance: A review of the meaning of the balance construct

T Kalliath, P Brough – Journal of management & organization, 2008 – cambridge.org


e. Work-life balance: A psychological perspective

F Jones, RJ Burke, M Westman – 2013 – taylorfrancis.com


f. Making the link between work-life balance practices and organizational performance

TA Beauregard, LC Henry – Human resource management review, 2009 – Elsevier


4. Satisfaction

a. Rediscovering satisfaction. S FournierDG Mick – Journal of marketing, 1999 – journals.sagepub.com

b. What is job satisfaction? EA Locke – Organizational behavior and human performance, 1969 – Elsevier


c. Job satisfaction. R Hoppock – 1935 – psycnet.apa.org


dWhat is job satisfaction? EA Locke – Organizational behavior and human performance, 1969 – Elsevier


i. Job satisfaction: a literature review. B Aziri – Management Research & Practice, 2011 – down.documentine.com


jJob satisfaction: Application, assessment, causes, and consequences

PE Spector – 1997 – books.google.com



kJob satisfaction, organizational commitment, turnover intention, and turnover: path analyses based on meta‐analytic findings. RP TettJP Meyer – Personnel psychology, 1993 – Wiley Online Library





3. Productivity

a. What determines productivity? C Syverson – Journal of Economic literature, 2011 – aeaweb.org


b. An introduction to efficiency and productivity analysis

TJ Coelli, DSP Rao, CJ O’DonnellGE Battese – 2005 – books.google.com


c. The impact of human resource management practices on turnover, productivity, and corporate financial performance

MA Huselid – Academy of management journal, 1995 – journals.aom.org


d. Exploitation, exploration, and process management: The productivity dilemma revisited

MJ BennerML Tushman – Academy of management review, 2003 – journals.aom.org

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