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DOP Work-Life Balance Working Group Newsletter Vol 7 Summer 2015

DOP Work-Life Balance Working Group Newsletter Vol 7 Summer  2015

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Quick Overview

The Division of Occupational Psychology Work-Life Balance Working Group Newsletter is a new publication reporting on projects that the Working Group undertake.




Messages from the Co-Chairs
Almuth McDowall & Gail Kinman

Message from the Newsletter Editor
Roxane L. Gervais

Featured articles

Employees' eldercare responsibilities, workplace support, and occupational well-being
Heiko Schulz & Hannes Zache

Who cares if I care? Narratives of multiple caring responsibilities
Harriet Jefferson

The WLBWG Asks

Interview with Professor Evangelia Demerouti, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

Gail Kinman talks to Evangelia Demerouti about new ideas on job crafting and work-life balance
Gail Kinman

Work-Life Balance: A Global Perspective

An examination of the work-family conflict among Israeli working parents
Ifat Matzner-Heruti

New and Emerging Research

Re-thinking work-life boundaries in the digital age: The Digital Brain Switch (Dbs) Project
Gillian Symon, Petros Chamakiotis, Helen Roby & Rebecca Whiting

Sharing Knowledge and Networking

Promoting Work-Life Balance

Interesting snippets

Seminar, Conference and Workshop Reviews

ESRC Seminar on 'Caring and Work-Life Balance in Recession and Austerity' at the School of Law, University of Reading, 9 January 2015
Grace James & Nicole Busby

Work/non-work interface research: Are we there yet? An overview of EAWOP 2015
Jurate Cingiene

A workshop on developing work-life balance competence: The importance of context
Almuth McDowall, Gail Kinman & Christine Grant

Conference Announcements

Book reviews

Postgraduate Corner

Employers' Forum for Work-Life Balance
Esther Canónico

Call for Papers

International Journal of Stress Management - Special Issue on Health and Well-being in Academic Employees
Gail Kinman


Additional Information