Beyond Work-Life "Integration".

  title={Beyond Work-Life "Integration".},
  author={Joan C. Williams and Jennifer L. Berdahl and Joseph A. Vandello},
  journal={Annual review of psychology},
Research on the work-family interface began in the 1960s and has grown exponentially ever since. This vast amount of research, however, has had relatively little impact on workplace practice, and work-family conflict is at an all-time high. We review the work-family research to date and propose that a shift of attention is required, away from the individual experience of work and family and toward understanding how identity and status are defined at work. Several factors enshrine cherished… Expand
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