How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Alison T. Wynn of Stanford University and Aliya Hamid Rao of Singapore Management University. They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Failures of Flexibility: How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict,” which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they recount the motivations for … Continue reading How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict

How Do Working-Times and Their Effects Vary Across Countries?

[We're pleased to welcome Peter Berg of the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Michigan State University. Dr. Berg served as guest editor alongside Gerhard Bosch and Jean Charest on ILR Review's Special Issue on International Comparisons of Working Time.] Working time arrangements have become another source of inequality in American society. The … Continue reading How Do Working-Times and Their Effects Vary Across Countries?

Celebrate Labor Day with ILRReview!

In celebration of Labor Day, we are pleased to provide you with the latest issue of ILRReview! This Special Issue on International Comparisons of Working Times includes articles on topics such as the 35-hour work week in France, the effect of the Great Recession on working times in Germany, work-life conflict in the lives of … Continue reading Celebrate Labor Day with ILRReview!