Joseph G. Grzywacz
Joseph G. Grzywacz
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Reconceptualizing the work–family interface: An ecological perspective on the correlates of positive and negative spillover between work and family.
JG Grzywacz, NF Marks
Journal of occupational health psychology 5 (1), 111, 2000
Measuring the positive side of the work–family interface: Development and validation of a work–family enrichment scale
DS Carlson, KM Kacmar, JH Wayne, JG Grzywacz
Journal of vocational behavior 68 (1), 131-164, 2006
Work, family, and mental health: Testing different models of work‐family fit
JG Grzywacz, BL Bass
Journal of marriage and family 65 (1), 248-261, 2003
Conceptualizing work—family balance: Implications for practice and research
JG Grzywacz, DS Carlson
Advances in developing human resources 9 (4), 455-471, 2007
Work–Family Spillover and Daily Reports of Work and Family Stress in the Adult Labor Force*
JG Grzywacz, DM Almeida, DA McDonald
Family relations 51 (1), 28-36, 2002
Work–family facilitation: A theoretical explanation and model of primary antecedents and consequences
JH Wayne, JG Grzywacz, DS Carlson, KM Kacmar
Human resource management review 17 (1), 63-76, 2007
Is work—family balance more than conflict and enrichment?
DS Carlson, JG Grzywacz, S Zivnuska
Human relations 62 (10), 1459-1486, 2009
The impact of job characteristics on work-to-family facilitation: testing a theory and distinguishing a construct.
JG Grzywacz, AB Butler
Journal of occupational health psychology 10 (2), 97, 2005
Work-family spillover and health during midlife: Is managing conflict everything?
JG Grzywacz
American Journal of Health Promotion 14 (4), 236-243, 2000
Defining and conceptualizing workplace flexibility
E Jeffrey Hill, JG Grzywacz, S Allen, VL Blanchard, C Matz-Costa, ...
Community, Work and Family 11 (2), 149-163, 2008
Extending the demands‐control model: A daily diary study of job characteristics, work‐family conflict and work‐family facilitation
A B Butler, J G Grzywacz, B L Bass, K D Linney
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 78 (2), 155-169, 2005
The social ecology of health: Leverage points and linkages
JG Grzywacz, J Fuqua
Behavioral medicine 26 (3), 101-115, 2000
Family, work, work‐family spillover, and problem drinking during midlife
JG Grzywacz, NF Marks
Journal of Marriage and Family 62 (2), 336-348, 2000
Socioeconomic status and health: A micro-level analysis o exposure and vulnerability to daily stressors
JG Grzywacz, DM Almeida, SD Neupert, SL Ettner
Journal of health and social behavior 45 (1), 1-16, 2004
Work organization, job insecurity, and occupational health disparities
PA Landsbergis, JG Grzywacz, AD LaMontagne
American journal of industrial medicine 57 (5), 495-515, 2014
The relationship of schedule flexibility and outcomes via the work‐family interface
DS Carlson, JG Grzywacz, KM Kacmar
Journal of managerial psychology, 2010
Quantifying work–family conflict among registered nurses
JG Grzywacz, MR Frone, CS Brewer, CT Kovner
Research in nursing & health 29 (5), 414-426, 2006
Workers' perceptions of how jobs affect health: A social ecological perspective.
SL Ettner, JG Grzywacz
Journal of occupational health psychology 6 (2), 101, 2001
Schedule flexibility and stress: Linking formal flexible arrangements and perceived flexibility to employee health
JG Grzywacz, DS Carlson, S Shulkin
Community, Work and Family 11 (2), 199-214, 2008
Increasing the health promotive capacity of human environments
D Stokols, JG Grzywacz, S McMahan, K Phillips
American journal of health promotion 18 (1), 4-13, 2003
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