Heejung Chung Presents “Why Employee Control over Work Schedules Does Not Always Reduce Work-family Conflict”

Fri, October 20, 2017
Heejung Chung Presents “Why Employee Control over Work Schedules Does Not Always Reduce Work-family Conflict”
Heejung Chung from the University of Kent present Oct. 24.

Dr. Heejung Chung from the University of Kent will present “Why Employee Control over Work Schedules Does Not Always Reduce Work-family Conflict”

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 | CLA 1.302D

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Reader in Sociology and Social Policy
REF coordinator for 
School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research
University of Kent
personal website: http://www.heejungchung.com

Work Autonomy, Flexibility and work life balance project (ESRC funded)
webpage: http://www.wafproject.org // final report // youtube introduction

Recent publications

After Austerity: Welfare state transformation in Europe after the global recession. Oxford University Press

Women’s employment patterns after childbirth and the perceived access to and use of flexitime and teleworkingHuman Relations

National-Level Family Policies and workers’ Access to Schedule ControlJournal of Comparative Policy Analysis

European parents’ attitudes towards public childcare provision. European Societies. 19(1):49-68
Gender discrepancies in the outcomes of schedule control on overtime hours and income in Germany European Sociological Review. 32(6)752-765.

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