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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 11, Number 2, 1 May 2008

EDITORS' INTRODUCTION
pp. 131-132(2)
Authors: Jeffrey Hill, E.; Civian, Janet

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Using a multi-organization database: Research methods, strengths, and limitations
pp. 139-148(10)
Authors: Civian, Janet; Richman, Amy; Shannon, Laurie; Shulkin, Sandee; Brennan, Robert

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Defining and conceptualizing workplace flexibility
pp. 149-163(15)
Authors: Jeffrey Hill, E.; Grzywacz, Joseph; Allen, Sarah; Blanchard, Victoria; Matz-Costa, Christina; Shulkin, Sandee; Pitt-Catsouphes, Marcie

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Exploring the relationship of workplace flexibility, gender, and life stage to family-to-work conflict, and stress and burnout
pp. 165-181(17)
Authors: Jeffrey Hill, E.; Jacob, Jenet; Shannon, Laurie; Brennan, Robert; Blanchard, Victoria; Martinengo, Giuseppe

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Schedule flexibility and stress: Linking formal flexible arrangements and perceived flexibility to employee health
pp. 199-214(16)
Authors: Grzywacz, Joseph; Carlson, Dawn; Shulkin, Sandee

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The multi-generational workforce: Workplace flexibility and engagement
pp. 215-229(15)
Authors: Pitt-Catsouphes, Marcie; Matz-Costa, Christina

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Challenging common myths about workplace flexibility: Research notes from the multi-organization database
pp. 231-242(12)
Authors: Johnson, Arlene; Shannon, Laurie; Richman, Amy

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