Session 165:
Work and Family

Saturday, March 31
12:30 PM - 2:15 PM
Empire/Hudson
7th floor

Chair: Rosalind B. King, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), NIH
Discussant: Lynne M. Casper, University of Southern California

  1. Family Provisions at the Workplace and Their Relationship to Absenteeism, Retention, and Productivity of WorkersPeter D. Brandon, Australian National University; Jeromey Temple, Australian National University

  2. Workplace Flexibility Policies and Wage Growth: Do Organizational Characteristics Matter?Jennifer L. Glass, University of Iowa; Mary C. Noonan, University of Iowa

  3. Trouble at the Border? Gender, Work, and the Work-Home InterfaceScott Schieman, University of Toronto; Paul Glavin, University of Toronto

  4. Dual-Earner Couples with Children: Exploring the Relationship between the Parents’ Working Hours in the Context of Norwegian Work-Family PolicySilje Vatne Pettersen, Statistics Norway

  5. Paternity Leave and Fathers' Involvement with Their Young ChildrenLenna Nepomnyaschy, Columbia University; Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University

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