We are pleased to announce that recordings of the Work and Family Researchers Network September 11th Virtual Conference Series live event sessions are now available on the WFRN website, click here for access or follow the recording links below.
September 11th, 2020 Live Event Recordings:
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