Leslie Hammer
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Workplace social support and work–family conflict: A meta‐analysis clarifying the influence of general and work–family‐specific supervisor and organizational support
EE Kossek, S Pichler, T Bodner, LB Hammer
Personnel psychology 64 (2), 289-313, 2011
Development and validation of a multidimensional measure of family supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB)
LB Hammer, EE Kossek, NL Yragui, TE Bodner, GC Hanson
Journal of management 35 (4), 837-856, 2009
Clarifying work–family intervention processes: The roles of work–family conflict and family-supportive supervisor behaviors.
LB Hammer, EE Kossek, WK Anger, T Bodner, KL Zimmerman
Journal of applied psychology 96 (1), 134, 2011
Development and validation of a multidimensional scale of perceived work-family positive spillover.
GC Hanson, LB Hammer, CL Colton
Journal of occupational health psychology 11 (3), 249, 2006
Work–family conflict in dual-earner couples: Within-individual and crossover effects of work and family
LB Hammer, E Allen, TD Grigsby
Journal of vocational behavior 50 (2), 185-203, 1997
Work—life initiatives and organizational change: Overcoming mixed messages to move from the margin to the mainstream
E Ernst Kossek, S Lewis, LB Hammer
Human relations 63 (1), 3-19, 2010
7 getting there from here: research on the effects of work–family initiatives on work–family conflict and business outcomes
EL Kelly, EE Kossek, LB Hammer, M Durham, J Bray, K Chermack, ...
Academy of Management annals 2 (1), 305-349, 2008
Changing work and work-family conflict: Evidence from the work, family, and health network
EL Kelly, P Moen, JM Oakes, W Fan, C Okechukwu, KD Davis, ...
American sociological review 79 (3), 485-516, 2014
The longitudinal effects of work-family conflict and positive spillover on depressive symptoms among dual-earner couples.
LB Hammer, JC Cullen, MB Neal, RR Sinclair, MV Shafiro
Journal of occupational health psychology 10 (2), 138, 2005
Work-family conflict and work-related withdrawal behaviors
LB Hammer, TN Bauer, AA Grandey
Journal of Business and Psychology 17, 419-436, 2003
A longitudinal study of the effects of dual-earner couples' utilization of family-friendly workplace supports on work and family outcomes.
LB Hammer, MB Neal, JT Newsom, KJ Brockwood, CL Colton
Journal of Applied Psychology 90 (4), 799, 2005
Supporting the aging workforce: A review and recommendations for workplace intervention research
DM Truxillo, DM Cadiz, LB Hammer
Annu. Rev. Organ. Psychol. Organ. Behav. 2 (1), 351-381, 2015
Working couples caring for children and aging parents: Effects on work and well-being
MB Neal, LB Hammer
Psychology Press, 2017
Measurement development and validation of the family supportive supervisor behavior short-form (FSSB-SF).
LB Hammer, E Ernst Kossek, T Bodner, T Crain
Journal of occupational health psychology 18 (3), 285, 2013
Clarifying the construct of family-supportive supervisory behaviors (FSSB): A multilevel perspective
LB Hammer, EE Kossek, K Zimmerman, R Daniels
Exploring the work and non-work interface, 165-204, 2007
Job burnout and couple burnout in dual-earner couples in the sandwiched generation
AM Pines, MB Neal, LB Hammer, T Icekson
Social Psychology Quarterly 74 (4), 361-386, 2011
Occupational health science in the time of COVID-19: Now more than ever
RR Sinclair, T Allen, L Barber, M Bergman, T Britt, A Butler, M Ford, ...
Occupational health science 4, 1-22, 2020
The relationship between work-to-family conflict and family-to-work conflict: A longitudinal study
YH Huang, LB Hammer, MB Neal, NA Perrin
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 25, 79-100, 2004
The conflicting demands of work, family, and school among students at an urban university
LB Hammer, TD Grigsby, S Woods
The journal of Psychology 132 (2), 220-226, 1998
A field study of frame-of-reference effects on personality test validity.
JM Hunthausen, DM Truxillo, TN Bauer, LB Hammer
Journal of Applied Psychology 88 (3), 545, 2003
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