Kossek, E. Kaillaith, T., Kaillaith P. 2012. Achieving employee wellbeing in a changing work environment: An expert commentary on current scholarship, International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 33 Iss: 7 pp. 738 - 753.
Kossek, E., Ruderman, M, Braddy, P., & Hannam, K. In Press. Work-Nonwork Boundary Management Profiles: A Person-Centered Approach. Journal of Vocational Behavior. Monograph.
Hall, D., Lee, M., Kossek, E. & Las Heras, M. In Press. Pursuing Career Success while Sustaining Personal and Family Well-Being: A Study of Reduced-Load Professionals over Time. Journal of Social Issues on Sustainable Careers.
Kossek, E. & Lautsch, B. 2012. Work-family boundary management styles in organizations: A cross-level model. Organizational Psychology Review. The final, definitive version of this paper will be published in Organizational Psychology Review by SAGE Publications Ltd, All rights reserved. © [Ellen Ernst Kossek & Brenda A. Lautsch].
Litricio, J., Lee, M.D., Kossek, E.E. (2011). Cross-level dynamics between changing organizations and career patterns of reduced-load. Organization Studies, 32(12),1681-1700.
Lee, M. D., Kossek, E. E., Hall, D. T. Litricio, J. 2011, Entangled strands: A process perspective on the evolution of careers in the context of personal, family, and community life. Human Relations 0018726711424622. Sage Journals Online.
Kossek, E. E., Baltes, B. B., & Matthews, R. A. 2011, Author Response Article: Innovative ideas on how Work-Family research can have more impact. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. 4, 426-432.
Kossek, E. E., Baltes, B. B., & Matthews, R. A. 2011, Focal Article. How Work-Family Research Can Finally Have an Impact in Organizations. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 4, 352- 369.
Kossek, E., Pichler, S., Bodner, T. Hammer, L. In press. Workplace Social Support and Work-Family Conflict: A Meta-Analysis Clarifying the Influence of General and Work-Family Specific Supervisor and Organizational Support. Personnel Psychology