Work Family Researchers Network

I attended the inaugural WFRN (Work Family Researchers Network) conference in New York last week (14-16 June 2012). The work/family space is a vast area crossing many disciplines (HRM, Sociology, Geography, Psychology, Mediation...) and this conference was a great forum for those interested in the area to interact and share research. There were over 750 attendees from all over the world, which is testimony to the growing interest in this area. It emphasises the need for deeper investigation into how individuals, organisations and society can better reconcile and support individuals in their attempts to positively balance work and non-work. I gave two presentations at the event. The first considered gender & identity challenges and experiences of Continue reading here [...]