ISSN 1366-8803 (Print); ISSN 1469-3615 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Introduction to the special issue: Translational research in the work and family field of study
Pitt-Catsouphes, Marcie; Christensen, Kathleen
Crossover of resources and well-being within employee-partner dyads: through increased schedule control
Lee, Soomi; Lawson, Katie M.; Damaske, Sarah
Involuntary vs. voluntary flexible work: insights for scholars and stakeholders
Kaduk, Anne; Genadek, Katie; Kelly, Erin L.; Moen, Phyllis
Time to care: socioeconomic, family, and workplace factors in men and women’s parental leave use
Barcus, Miriam; Tigges, Leann; Kim, Jungmyung
Bridging between academia and the workplace: lessons learned about translational research on work-family balance
Houlfort, Nathalie; Lefrançois, Mélanie; Bernstein, Stéphanie; Messing, Karen; Gravel, Anne-Renée; Blanchette-Luong, Vanessa
Paid family leave: supporting work attachment among lower income mothers
Winston, Pamela; Coombs, Elizabeth; Bennett, Rashaun; Antelo, Lauren; Landers, Patrick; Abbott, Marissa
Understanding parental leave experiences: connecting the dots with a multiple-methods approach
Goodman, Julia M.; Richardson, Dawn M.; Steeves-Reece, Anna; Poma, Lisset Dumet; Plumb, Anna; Wray, Kristin; Hurtado, David A.
Identifying extraordinary contributors to work and family research: eight modalities of excellence
Hill, E. Jeffrey; Bryce, L. Ashley; Loderup, Christoffer L.; Brown-Hamlett, Jessica L.; LeBaron, Ashley B.; Allsop, David B.
Translational research: implications for the study of work and family
Cano, Manuel; Chu, Yoosun
Mothers at work: who opts out?
van Deurzen, Ioana