Dr. Kossek and Dr. Berg are frequently appearing in national and international media and on the internet from National Public Radio, to the New York Times to the Financial Times.
Here is some recent media:
- Telecommuting may be cure for 'gas pains' Rather than burning high-priced gas to drive to the workplace, employees can work from their homes. Mobile communication devices and personal computers make "telecommuting" a viable option. The Bakersfield Californian | By Holly Culhane | May2011
- Like their clients, psychologists struggle with work/life conflict. How can they help their clients and themselves?
Do psychologists practice what they preach when it comes to dealing with stress?
Monitor on Psychology | By Rebecca A. Clay | January 2011
- Young entrepreneurs get down to business
"There is a real mismatch between what the young generation wants and what employers are offering," Ellen Kossek, Michigan State University professor.
Great Falls Tribune | By Erin Madison | January 16, 2011
- Is stress getting to you?
Like their clients, psychologists struggle with work/life conflict. How can they help their clients and themselves?
American Psychological Association | By Rebecca A. Clay | January 2011, Vol 42, No. 1
- What your boss wants you to know about flextime What you need to know about flextime before your boss will jump on-board. CBS Newswatch | Joanne Cleaver | November 2010
- Flexible Workplaces allow for Healthier Employees "Feeling supported makes a huge difference in employee health, turnover and positive work behaviors, such as adhering to safety rules." Business News | By Jennifer Hoydicz | March 2010
- How to draw line between work and home
Are you one of those people whose mind is ticking away long after your working day has officially ended? Are you brooding over an upcoming presentation as you sit in front of the TV taking a ‘break’? Globalisation and technology can make it tough to leave work at the office, but it is possible to switch off without resorting to hard liquor.
CBS Business Network | By Swetha Gopinath | April 12, 2010
- How to make shift work family friendly
While much of the focus around job flexibility has centered on an elite cubicle culture who can work from Starbucks on their laptops, low-wage workers often need it more.
NPR | By Jennifer Ludden | March 17, 2010
- Can a flexible boss improve your health?
Employees who work in supportive workplaces are happier and healthier, study finds
ABC News| By Devin Dwyer | October 14, 2009