Laura den Dulk
Laura den Dulk
Associate professor, Faculty of Social Science, Public Administration, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Support for the work-life balance in Europe: The impact of state, workplace and family support on work-life balance satisfaction
AK Abendroth, L Den Dulk
Work, employment and society 25 (2), 234-256, 2011
3872011
Work-family arrangements in organisations: A cross-national study in the Netherlands, Italy, the United Kingdom and Sweden
L Dulk
Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam, 2001
2702001
The effects of time-spatial flexibility and new working conditions on employees’ work–life balance: The Dutch case
P Peters, L Den Dulk, T Van Der Lippe
Community, Work & Family 12 (3), 279-297, 2009
2142009
Dimensions of work–home culture and their relations with the use of work–home arrangements and work–home interaction
JSE Dikkers, SAE Geurts, LD Dulk, B Peper, TW Taris, MAJ Kompier
Work & Stress 21 (2), 155-172, 2007
1802007
National context in work-life research: A multi-level cross-national analysis of the adoption of workplace work-life arrangements in Europe
L Den Dulk, S Groeneveld, A Ollier-Malaterre, M Valcour
European Management Journal 31 (5), 478-494, 2013
1412013
Relations among work-home culture, the utilization of work-home arrangements, and work-home interference.
J Dikkers, S Geurts, L Den Dulk, B Peper, M Kompier
International Journal of Stress Management 11 (4), 323, 2004
1412004
Theorizing national context to develop comparative work–life research: A review and research agenda
A Ollier-Malaterre, M Valcour, L Den Dulk, EE Kossek
European Management Journal 31 (5), 433-447, 2013
1312013
The effects of work alienation on organisational commitment, work effort and work‐to‐family enrichment
L G. Tummers, L Den Dulk
Journal of nursing management 21 (6), 850-859, 2013
1222013
‘Not worth mentioning’: The implicit and explicit nature of decision-making about the division of paid and domestic work
S Wiesmann, H Boeije, A van Doorne-Huiskes, L Den Dulk
Community, work & family 11 (4), 341-363, 2008
1202008
Managing work-life policies: Disruption versus dependency arguments. Explaining managerial attitudes towards employee utilization of work-life policies
L Den Dulk, J De Ruijter
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (7), 1222-1236, 2008
1192008
Cross cultural differences in managers’ support for home-based telework: A theoretical elaboration
P Peters, L den Dulk
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 3 (3), 329-346, 2003
1192003
Variations in adoption of workplace work–family arrangements in Europe: The influence of welfare-state regime and organizational characteristics
L Den Dulk, P Peters, E Poutsma
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (13), 2785-2808, 2012
1142012
Autonomy: the panacea for self-employed women's work-life balance?
A Annink, L den Dulk
Community, Work & Family 15 (4), 383-402, 2012
942012
Working Parents' use of work-life policies
L Den Dulk, B Peper
Sociologia 53, 51-70, 2007
902007
Health among hospital employees in Europe: A cross-national study of the impact of work stress and work control
T Pisljar, T van der Lippe, L den Dulk
Social science & medicine 72 (6), 899-906, 2011
792011
Work, family, and managerial attitudes and practices in the European workplace: Comparing Dutch, British, and Slovenian financial sector managers
L Den Dulk, B Peper, N Černigoj Sadar, S Lewis, J Smithson, ...
Social Politics 18 (2), 300-329, 2011
782011
Work-family arrangements in Europe
A van Doorne-Huiskes, L den Dulk, J Schippers
Thela Thesis, 1999
761999
May I work from home? Views of the employment relationship reflected in line managers' telework attitudes in six financial‐sector organizations
P Peters, L Den Dulk, J de Ruijter
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2010
692010
Work–family conflict among employees and the self-employed across Europe
A Annink, L Den Dulk, B Steijn
Social indicators research 126 (2), 571-593, 2016
672016
Workplace work–family arrangements: A study and explanatory framework of differences between organizational provisions in different welfare states
L Den Dulk
Work and family: An international research perspective, 211-238, 2005
652005
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