Below are recordings from the WFRN 2020 Virtual Conference Series.  These recordings are of live events and presentations featured in the WFRN’s showcase of research papers, roundtables, posters, and other submissions.  An index of recordings can be found in the 2020 Virtual Conference Series Public Access Program.  Recordings will be posted as they are received through the duration of the Virtual Conference Series.


1.1. Plenary: The work and family ramifications of COVID-19: Generating knowledge and collaboration.  Steven Brown, Urban Institute; Anna Gassman-Pines, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Psychology and Neuroscience, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University; Katherine Twamley, Associate Professor of Sociology, Department of Social Sciences, University College London; Susan Lambert (Moderator) University of Chicago, WFRN President.  RECORDING

2.1. Author Meets Readers: Overload: How good jobs went bad and what we can do about it; Authors Erin Kelly and Phyllis Moen, Princeton University Press, 2020 —Lonnie Golden (organizer), Penn State University; Jeremy Reynolds, Purdue University; Alexandra Beauregard, Middlesex University Business School; Amit Kramer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Brigid Schulte, New America. RECORDING

2.2. Multi-paper Session: The role of social policy in supporting caregiving and employment  — Elizabeth Peters, Urban Institute; Breno Braga,  Urban Institute; Barbara Butrica, Urban Institute; Stipica Mudrazija, Urban Institute; Amelia Coffey, Urban Institute; Dylan Bellisle, University of Chicago; Brian Holland, American University; Sarah Damaske, The Pennsylvania State University. RECORDING

2.3. Workshop: Telling the work-life story: Pitching your findings to news and media outlets —Haley Swenson (organizer), Better Life Lab, New America; Brigid Schulte, New America Foundation; Jahdziah St. Julien, New America Foundation. RECORDING

2.4 Multi-paper Session: Work hour arrangements: New realities and preferences — Jeremy Reynolds, Purdue University; Reilly Kate Kincaid,  Purdue University; Brandon Smit, Bentley University; Scott Boyar, University of Alabama Birmingham; Carl Maertz, University of Louisville; Eunjeong Paek, University of Southern California; Ronit Waismel-Manor, The Open University. RECORDING

2.5. Symposium: Alternatives to dominant perspectives in work-family research —Ameeta Jaga (organizer), University of Cape Town; Bianca Stumbitz (Presenter), Middlesex University Business School; Ujvalal Rajadhyaksha, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame; Clarice Santos, The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Atsede T. Hailemariam, Addis Ababa University; Konjit Hailu Gudeta, Maastricht University, the Netherlands & Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia; Brigitte Kroon, Tilburg University; Marloes van Engen, Nyenrode Business Universiteit. RECORDING

3.1. Multi-paper Session: Mixed methods in work and family research: New insights into motherhood and career paths  Ameeta Jaga, University of Cape Town; Timothy C. Guetterman, University of Michigan; Dragana Stojmenovska, University of Amsterdam; Paula England, New York University; Jamie Lee Gloor, University of Zurich; Tyler Okimoto, University of Queensland; Eden King, Rice University; Meytal Eran Jona, Weizmann Institute of Science; Yossi Nir, Weizmann Institute. RECORDING

 3.2. Symposium: Researching part-time work(ers): Looking to the future — Janna Besamusca (organizer), University of Amsterdam; Mara Yerkes (organizer), Universiteit Utrecht; Tracey Warren (organizer), University of Nottingham; Clare Lyonette (organizer), University of Warwick; Clare Stovell (organizer), Oxford Brookes University; Hanne Kavli, Fafo; Heidi Nicolaisen, Fafo; Belinda Hewitt, University of Melbourne; Rae Cooper, University of Sydney – Business School; Sarah Mosseri, University of Sydney – Business School; Lonnie Golden, Penn State University. RECORDING

3.3. Symposium: Mental load, what is it, how do we measure it, and what are its outcomes?   — Heejung Chung (organizer), University of Kent; Anke C Plagnol (organizer), City, University of London; Shireen Kanji (organizer), Brunel University London; University of Melbourne, Leah Ruppanner, University of Melbourne; Renee Luthra, University of Essex; Tina Haux, University of Kent; Haley Swenson, Better Life Lab;  Brigid Schulte, Better Life Lab. RECORDING

3.4 Symposium: Risks and realities of work schedules today — Erin L. Kelly (organizer), Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Kathleen Griesback, Columbia University; Kristen Harknett, University of California San Francisco; Daniel Schneider, Harvard University; Rebecca Wolfe, University of California San Francisco; Duanyi Yang, Cornell University. RECORDING

5.1.  Author Meets Readers: Creating Equality at Home: How 25 Couples around the World Share Housework and Childcare; Francine M. Deutsch and Ruth A. Gaunt, Eds., Cambridge University Press, 2020 —  Francine Meryl Deutsch (organizer), Mount Holyoke College; Živa Humer, The Peace Institute, Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies; Siti Kusujiarti, Warren Wilson College;  Karen Mui-Teng Quek, Biola University; Madison Richards, The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine; Judit Takács, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. RECORDING

5.3.  Multi-paper session: The Social Costs of Caregiving  Joeun Kim, Pennsylvania State University (Penn State); Alyssa Jane Alexander, North Carolina State University. RECORDING

5.4. Multi-paper session: Metaphors and Attitudes: How We “See” Inequality at Work and Home  Sabrina L. Speights, Wheaton College; Jacqueline Tilton, Appalachian State University; Jaime Bochantin, UNC Charlotte; Lindsey Blair Trimble O’Connor, California State University Channel Islands; Julie Kmec, Washington State University; Sowon Kim, Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne; Suzanne de Janasz, George Mason University; Joy Schneer, Rider University; Carol Wong, George Mason University; Nicholas Beutell, Iona College; Tjorven Sievers, Oregon State University. RECORDING

5.5. Symposium: Work-Life Among Entrepreneurs   Rupashree Baral, Indian Institute of Technology; Jasmine Banuu, Indian Institute of Technology; Katherina Kuschel, CENTRUM PUCP; Konjit H. Gudeta, Maastricht University & Addis Ababa University; Marloes van Engen, Nyenrode Business Universiteit & Tilburg University; Pascale Peters, Nyenrode Business Universiteit & Radboud University , Kassa Woldesenbet, De Montfort University; Sheree Katherine Gregory, Western Sydney University; Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, Brown University. RECORDING

6.1.  Author Meets Readers: Parents Who Lead: The Leadership Approach You Need to Parent with Purpose, Fuel Your Career, and Create a Richer Life, Authors Stewart D. Friedman and Alyssa F. Westring, Harvard Business Review Press, 2020 — Alyssa Westring (organizer), DePaul University; Stewart Friedman (organizer), University of Pennsylvania – Wharton Business School; Ellen Ernst Kossek, Purdue University (2013-2014 WFRN President); Scott Joseph Behson, Fairleigh Dickinson University. RECORDING

6.2. Workshop: Work Life Integration and Disability:  Research Gains and Supportive Initiatives  — Eileen M. Brennan, Portland State University; Claudia Sellmaier, University of Washington; Lisa Maureen Stewart, California State University, Monterey Bay; Alison Earle, University of California, Los Angeles; Janet Fast, University of Alberta; Almuth McDowell, Birkbeck University of London; Tina Skinner, University of Bath; Ellen Galinsky, Families and Work Institute. WORKSHOP SLIDESRECORDING

 6.3. Multi-paper session: The Ramifications of Employer Work/Life Policies and Practices —  Giovanna Rossi, Collective Action Strategies; Julianna Silva (presenter); Eunmi Mun, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Shawna Vican, University of Delaware; Erin L. Kelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Katie B. Garner, IAMAS; Mareike Reimann, Bielefeld University; Charlotte Marx, Bielefeld University; Martin Diewald, Bielefeld University; Jeanine Andreassi, Sacred Heart University; Angela Grotto, Manhattan College; Leanna Lawter, Wheaton College; Tuvana Rua, Quinnipiac University; Cynthia Thompson,  CUNY – Baruch College. RECORDING

6.4.  Symposium: Work-Family Issues Among Refugees and Immigrants: A Social Justice Perspective — Kamala Ramadoss (organizer), Syracuse University; Kai Sun, New York University, Shangai; Rui Tian, Syracuse University; Rashmi Gangamma, Syracuse University; Laura Minkoff-Zern, Syracuse University; Bhavneet Walia, Syracuse University; Shaelise Tor, Syracuse University; Haste-Jackson, Syracuse University. RECORDING

6.5.  Author Meets Readers:  Opting Back In: What Really Happens when Mothers Go Back to Work, authors Pamela Stone and Meg Lovejoy, University of California Press, 2019. — Erin L. Kelly (organizer), Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Katherine Weisshaar, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill; Kathleen McGinn, Harvard University – Business School; Anja-Kristin Abendroth, Bielefeld University. RECORDING

6.7.   Symposium: Work Scheduling Conditions, Fair Workweek Policies and Their Effects on Workers’ and Families’ Well-Being — Lonnie Golden (organizer), Pennsylvania State University; Kristen Harknett, University of California San Francisco; Daniel Schneider, University of California Berkeley; Véronique Irwin, University of California, Berkeley; Anna Haley, Rutgers University;  Susan Lambert (WFRN President), University of Chicago; Elizabeth Ananat,  Barnard College; Anna Gassman-Pines, Duke University; Ellen Kaye Scott, University of Oregon; Liz Vladeck, Senior Labor Policy Adviser, NYC Mayor’s Office of Policy & Planning. RECORDING

 6.8. Multi-paper session: Paternal Leave: Gender, Caring, and Working  Karen Z. Kramer, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; Teresa Cardador, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Eunmi Mun, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Sunjin Pak, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Sanghoon Lee, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Hanjin Bae, Seoul National University; Haley Swenson, Better Life Lab, New America; Brigid Schulte,  New America; Amanda Lenhart, New America; Maike Philipsen, Virginia Commonwealth University; Mary Hermann, Virginia Commonwealth University; Ariane Ophir, University of Wisconsin, Madison. RECORDING

6.9. Symposium: Mental Load, What Is It, How Do We Measure It, and What Are Its Outcomes? (part 2)  Heejung Chung (organizer), University of Kent; Anke C Plagnol (organizer), City, University of London; Shireen Kanji (organizer), Brunel University London; Joanna Pepin — University of Texas, Austin; Krista M. Brumley, Wayne State University; Megan St. George, Wayne State University; Anna Kurowska, University of Warsaw; Allison Daminger, Harvard University. RECORDING

6.10 Workshop: The Role of Parental Leave in Achieving Gender Equity — Brad Harrington (organizer), Boston College; Andrea Doucet, Brock University; Karen Kramer, University of Illinois; Tina Lawler-McHugh, Boston College; Richard Petts, Ball State University; Sarah Thebaud, University of California. RECORDING

4.1. Plenary: What’s Next for Work-Family Policy and the Economic Recovery following the 2020 U.S. Elections & WFRN Award Ceremony Nicole Mason (Plenary Speaker), President and CEO of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research. Award Ceremony for WFRN 2020 awardees: Phyllis Moen – WFRN Lifetime Achievement Award; Hak Yoon Kim – The Kathleen Christensen Dissertation Award; Leslie Hammer and Ellen Ernst Kossek – The Ellen Galinsky Generative Researcher Award; Hannah Riley Bowles – Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award. *Note: this session was rescheduled from November 20th, 2020. RECORDING

7.1.  Multi-paper session: Marginalized Women and the New Realities of Work and Family — Shireen Kanji, Brunel University London; Mariam Gbajumo-Sheriff, University of Lagos; Maha Sabbah, University of Haifa & Truman Institute, The Hebrew University; Alena Krížková, Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences. RECORDING

7.2. Multi-paper session:  Gender, Work Hours, and Work-Family Commitments  Yang Hu, Lancaster University; Wen Fan, Boston College; Deniz Yucel, William Paterson University of New Jersey; Laura Luekemann, Bielefeld University; Anja-Kristin Abendroth, Bielefeld University; Jasmine Kelland,  Plymouth University; Katarzyna Wolanik Boström, Umea University; Gert-Olof Boström, Umea University. RECORDING

7.3. Multi-paper session:  Humanity, Work, and Family: How What We Think and Do Matters for Ourselves and Others — Gert-Olof Boström,  Umea University; Katarzyna Wolanik Boström, Umea University; Florian Schulz, University of Bamberg, Germany; Mareike Reimann, Bielefeld University. RECORDING

8.2. Workshop: Ipums Time Use: Using the Leave Module to Study Work-Family Balance — Liana C. Sayer (organizer), University of Maryland; Sarah Flood (organizer), University of Minnesota. RECORDING

8.4.  Multi-paper session:  New Perspectives on Smoothing Transitions across Work, Family, and Community  Uthpala Senarathne Tennakoon, Mount Royal University; Rukshan Tennakoon, Zone R&U Inc.; Tracy Hecht, Concordia University; Elizabeth Eley, Concordia University; Kathleen Boies, Concordia University; Duanyi Yang, Cornell University; Erin L. Kelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Laura Kubzansky, Harvard University; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University. RECORDING

8.5. Workshop: Coaching Working Parents through Parental Leave and Beyond  Spela Trefalt, Simmons School of Business; Amy Beacom, Center for Parental Leave Leadership; Scott Joseph Behson, Fairleigh Dickinson University; Jessica DeGroot, ThirdPath Institute; Sharon Hart, Talking Talent; Deanna Siegel Senior, DSS Advisor; Alyssa Westring, DePaul University. RECORDING

8.6. Symposium: Interconnections of Workplace Leave and Flexibility with Daily Time Use & Well-Being —Liana C. Sayer (organizer), University of Maryland; Sarah Flood (organizer), University of Minnesota; Liana Christin Landivar, Women’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor; Rose Woods, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Gretchen M. Livingston, Women’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor; Carrie Shandra — State University of New York at Stony Brook; Yue Qian, University of British Columbia. RECORDING

8.8. Multi-paper session: Couples: Work and Family Challenges and Possibilities for Improvement  Clare Stovell, Oxford Brookes University; David Collision, Lancaster University; Caroline Gatrell, University of Liverpool; Laura Suzanne Radcliffe, University of Liverpool; Kenona Southwell, Eagle Technologies Inc.; Haslyn Hunte, Eagle Technologies, Inc.; David Topp, Purdue University; Shelley MacDermid Wadsworth, Purdue University; Leslie Hammer, Portland State University; Krista Brockwood, Oregon Health and Science University; Jacqueline Brady, Portland State University; Cynthia Mohr, Portland State University. RECORDING


Pre-recorded Symposia

10.1. Bringing New Perspectives to the Understanding of Work Hour Interferences With Family Life —Julia Henly (Organizer), University of Chicago; Lonnie Golden, Penn State University; Jaeseung Kim, University of South Carolina; Hyojin Cho, University of Chicago; Susan Lambert, University of Chicago; Emily Ellis, University of Chicago; Kess L. Ballentine, University of Pittsburgh; Jihee Woo, University of Pittsburgh. RECORDING

10.2. Context Matters: How Participatory Research Reveals Work and Family Insights to Inform Contextually-Relevant Interventions and Advance Knowledge About Work and Family Dynamics That Influence Well-Being — Alicia Dugan (Organizer), University of Connecticut (UCONN); Brittany Gaines, UCONN; Jennifer Cavallari, UCONN; Sara Namazi, UCONN; Martin Cherniack, UCONN; Jennifer Garza, UCONN; Richard H. Fortinsky, UCONN; Janet Barnes-Farrell, UCONN; Mazen El Ghaziri, UCONN; Jonathan Noel, UCONN; Caitlin McPherran Lombardi, UCONN. RECORDING 1, RECORDING 2, RECORDING 3

10.3. Employers’ and Employees’ Distinct Roles in Fostering Effective Work-Life  Balance Practices — Yanick Provost Savard (Organizer), Université du Québec á Montréal; Annabelle Beauvais-St-Pierre, Université de Montréal; Laurie Galardo, Université de Montréal; Jessica Riel, University of  Québec, Outaouais; Uthpala Senarathne Tennakoon, Mount Royal University. RECORDING

10.4.Work, Family, and Inequalities. Insights from Familialist and Liberal Welfare Regimes Mauro Migliavacca (Organizer), University of Genoa; Manuela Naldini(Organizer), University of Turin; Kathleen Gerson, New York University; Margarita Estévez-Abe, Syracuse University; Jerry Jacobs, University of Pennsylvania; Brad Harrington, Boston College. RECORDING

Pre-recorded Workshops

11.1. Technological Change in the Combination of Work and Care: A Mixed-Methods Study  — Anne Roeters, Netherlands Institute for Social Research; Alice de Boer, Netherlands Institute for Social Research; Wil Portegijs, Netherlands Institute for Social Research. RECORDING

Pre-recorded Author Meets Readers Sessions

Pre-recorded Papers

13.1. The bright side of commuting: Effects of psychological detachment on negative work-family spillover Matt Piszczek, Wayne State University; Kristie McAlpine, Rutgers University, Camden. RECORDING

13.2. The shoemakers go barefoot: Work – family challenges among human resource business partners Ronit Nadiv, Sapir Academic College; Shani Kuna, Sapir Academic College RECORDING

13.3. The toll of the sexual harassment commissioner role on work-family concerns of female practitioners Shani Kuna, Sapir Academic College; Ronit Nadiv, Sapir Academic College. RECORDING

13.4. Gendered employer policies in the United States Gayle Kaufman, Davidson College; Richard J. Petts, Ball State University. RECORDING

13.5. Work, non-work and cultural roles: The challenge of balancing multiple roles for Indigenous scientists Jarrod Haar, Auckland Unitversity of Technology; Willy-John Martin, Callaghan Innovation. RECORDING

13.6. Family demands and workplace supports of employed parents of children with typical and exceptional care responsibilities and their effects on conflict and stress Lisa Stewart, California State University, Monterey Bay; Claudia Sellmaier, University of Washington, Tacoma; Eileen Brennan, Portland State University; Ana-Maria Brannan, Indiana University. RECORDING

13.7. Work-Life balance: The fit of actual and preferred working time arrangements — Anne Wöhrmann, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA). RECORDING

13.8. The competing influence of psychological job control on family-to-work conflict Dominique Kost, Oslo Metropolitan University; Karoline Kopperud,  Oslo Metropolitan University; Robert Buch, Oslo Metropolitan University; Bård Kuvaas, BI Norwegian Business School. RECORDING

13.9. The pursuit of balance: Differential effects of policy availability and use on work  family balance and work outcomes  Drake Van Egdom, University of Houston; Christiane Spitzmueller, University of Houston. RECORDING

13.10. Unhappy when my partner is always on? Intra-individual and crossover effects of working time demands on work-life balance satisfaction in couples Anne Wöhrmann, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA);  Yvonne Lott, Hans Böckler Stiftung. RECORDING

13.11. More money? More problems?: Good jobs do not prevent workers’ stress from spilling over to their health Jihee Woo, University of Pittsburgh; Kess L. Ballentine, University of Pittsburgh. RECORDING

13.12. Exploring the family identity of Generation Y fathers in the context of dual earner relationships  —Eileen Koekemoer, University of Pretoria; Anne Crafford, University of Pretoria. RECORDING

13.13. The mediating impact of workplace supports on personal resources and positive and negative spillover  — Sarah Burcher, University of Minnesota; Renada Goldberg, Simmons University. RECORDING

13.14. A Meta-analysis of workplace time and space supports in breastfeeding outcomes — Lauren Murphy, St. Louis University; Candice L. Thomas, Saint Louis University; Ian Katz, Old Dominion University. RECORDING

13.15. Aging, work, and caregiving: Current knowledge and directions for future research Andrew Arche, University of Michigan ISR PSC; Sarah E. Patterson, University of Michigan ISR PSC. RECORDING

13.16. Demand-withdraw marital communication goes beyond family: The cross-domain impacts on performance and well-being through irritation — Victoria L. Daniel, Wilfrid Laurier University; Jiasheng Huang, Sun Yat-sen University; Yujie (Jessie) Zhan, Wilfrid Laurier University; Su Kyung, Wilfrid Laurier University; Yuyin Wang, Sun Yat-sen University.RECORDING

13.17. Digital parenting: An investigation of the impact of technology use in the non-work domain on the work-family interface Kelly Basile,  Emmanuel College; T. Alexandra Beauregard, University of London; Esther Canonico, London School of Economics and Political Science; Kylee Gause, Emmanuel College. RECORDING

13.18. The ideal worker norm among professionals, executives, and managers: Do workplace resources buffer its negative impacts on job outcomes Krista Lynn Minnotte, University of North Dakota; Michael C. Minnotte, University of North Dakota. RECORDING

13.19. Family stress and coping amid employment precarity: A theoretical framework Renada Goldberg, Simmons University; Catherine A. Solheim, University of Minnesota.  RECORDING

13.20. Parenting, Work and Family Obligations Within the Ghanaian Context: Testing the Family Stress Model  Odetta Odartey Addo,  Syracuse University; Ambika Krishnakumar, Syracuse University. RECORDING

Pre-recorded Roundtables

14.1. SHE SPENDS, THEY CONSUME? The construction of inequalities in parental care and of appropriating domestic goods and spaces  Angèle Jannot,  INED. RECORDING

14.2. The work-family advantages, challenges and coping strategies of US business  school professors: An exploratory investigation Scott Behson, Farleigh Dickinson University. RECORDING

14.3. Investigating the potential for shared parental leave in the UK to act as a catalyst for culture change in the context of shared parenting expectations and couple decision-making dynamics Clare Matysova, University of Leeds. RECORDING

14.4. Promotions, pay, and parenthood: Examining the motherhood penalty  Quinn Galbraith, Brigham Young University; Alexandra Carlile, Brigham Young University. RECORDING

14.5. Identity reinvention: How identity-implicating epiphanies impact women`s  careers and family lives Christine Bataille, Ithaca College; Melissa Symanski, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. RECORDING

14.6. Family leave and lower income families: Paid family leave and mothers` childcare arrangements  Pamela Winston, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health and Human Services (ASPE, DHHS); Elizabeth Coombs, Mission Analytics Group; Rashaun Bennett, ASPE, DHHS; Lauren Antelo, ASPE, DHHS. RECORDING

14.7. Suicide prevention and postvention: The employer role —  Maggie G. Mortali, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention; Sally Spencer-Thomas, United Suicide Survivors International; Jodi J. Frey, University of Maryland. RECORDING

14.8. Should I Stay or Should I Go?: Retirement Considerations of Older Healthcare Workers — LaWanda Cook, Cornell University; Hsiao-Ying (Vicki) Chang, Cornell University. RECORDING

14.9. Turnover intention and affective commitment of employed married women: The influence of specific work-nonwork interference dimensions —  Eileen Koekemoer, University of Pretoria; Pieter Schaap, University of Pretoria. RECORDING

14.10. Consistent compromisers; Achieving Egalitarianism in Work and Family? —  Jaclyn S. Wong, University of South Carolina. RECORDING

14.11. Parents’ and educators’ discourses on flexibly scheduled ECEC Kaisu Peltoperä, University of Jyväskylä. RECORDING

14.12. Work-family interface among Indonesian female breadwinner — Sofia Ramdhaniar, University of Surabaya; Artiawati, University of Surabaya. RECORDING 

14.13. Work hesitancy among mothers with preschool children: The influence of attachment parenting — Anna Davidson Abella, University of South Florida. RECORDING

14.14. Who can refuse? Gender and fertility decisions Jamie Oslawski-Lopez, Indiana University Kokomo. RECORDING

14.15. Informal childcare vs. formal childcare and its impact on maternal employment in Germany and Poland Anna Kurowska, University of Warsaw; Jasmin Joecks, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen RECORDING

14.16.What are HR consultants doing to support clients facing work-life balance issues? — Isabelle Létourneau, Université de Sherbrooke; Danaël Lambert, Université de Sherbrooke. RECORDING

14.17. A closer look at the influence of quality of leadership on psychosocial risk among Chilean workers: Are there unique dynamics within the educational sector?  Alejandra Pallamar, Boston College School of Social Work; Christina Matz, Boston College School of Social Work. RECORDING

14.18. Gender matters: The effects of gender and segmentation preferences on work-to-family conflict in family sacrifice climates Viva Nsair, Wayne State University; Matt Piszczek, Wayne State University. RECORDING

14.19. When Family work conflict arises even before the relationship: Gender role attitudes and Socio-economic expectations of young people’s relationships —  Libby Bear, Bar-Ilan University. RECORDING

14.20. Work-to-Family Conflict, Stress, and Parenting Behaviors of Fathers of Infants—Melissa Rector LaGraff, University of Tennessee Knoxville; Heidi E. Stolz, University of Tennessee Knoxville. RECORDING

14.21. Strengthening Parents at Work: Parents` Experiences at Work and (Global) Future Perspectives Gerlinde Mauerer, University of Vienna. RECORDING

Pre-recorded Posters

15.1. Empirical analysis of the gender difference of the influence that Robotic Process Automation on employment in Japan Eriko Teramura, Meikai University; Ryusuki Oishi, Meikai University. RECORDING

15.2. Is remote employment a sustainable practice? — Mary Streit, Northcentral University. RECORDING

15.3. A qualitative examination of: Father’s experiences, constructions and negotiations of flexible working — Alina Ewald, Western Sydney University. RECORDING

15.4. Mothers who perceive autonomy support report less negative affect following a parental leave Anne-Sophie Huppé, Université de Montréal; Julie C. Laurin, Université de Montréal; Sophie Laniel, Université de Montréal; Alexandra Cournoy, Université de Montréal. RECORDING

15.5. Military spouse employment outcomes —  Sabrina Yu, Baruch College CUNY; Jenna-Lyn Roman, Talent Metrics Consulting; Nicholas P. Salter, Hofstra University. RECORDING