Revisiting Work-Nonwork Boundary Management: Lessons from the Pandemic for the Future (session 1303)
Date: Mon Aug 8, 2022, 12:00-1:30 pm. – in person only
Location: Seattle Convention Center Room 305
Discussant: Glen Kreiner
Organizer: Sumita Raghuram
Overview: The extreme conditions imposed by the pandemic (e.g., both spouses working from home; prolonged use of work from home) have led to employees adapting to work from home in ways that may have lasting effects on how they and their employers view the work-nonwork boundaries post-pandemic. This creates a need for reexamining conventional approaches and theories for understanding boundary management in remote work.
Work-Life Flexibility Policies, Implementation Boundary Control and Performance: A reviewEllen Ernst Kossek; Purdue U.Matthew B. Perrigino; Iona CollegeBrenda A. Lautsch; Simon Fraser U.Self-Regulating among Boundary Management Styles: A Typology of CyclersShelia Hyde; Texas Woman's U.Ariane Froidevaux; U. of Texas At ArlingtonWendy J. Casper; U. of Texas At Arlington
Integrating Push-Pull Dynamics for Boundary Control in the Context of Mandatory Work from HomeMichal Biron; U. of HaifaKeren Turgeman Lupo; Ramat Gan Academic CollegeOz Levy; U. of Haifa
Spillover Effects of Cross-Domain Work and Family Interruptions during Remote WorkKristie Lynne McAlpine; Rutgers U.Matthew Piszczek; Wayne State U.Sumita Raghuram; San Jose State U.
The Double-Edged Sword of Working from Home for Women's Career EqualityIsabel Villamor; George Washington U.N. Sharon Hill; George Washington U.Ellen Ernst Kossek; Purdue U.Kira Foley; George Washington U.