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Insights into Time-Place Management

The Center launched its secondary analysis project, Insights into Time-Place Management, through a 2012 request for proposals (RFP) seeking authors to address issues related to time-place management studies (the management of time and place within the workplace, e.g., flexible work options) using secondary data sets, primarily those based on existing Center. Five proposals were selected, each of which focused on 1) the interactions of Time-Place Management and other dimensions of job quality or 2) variation in the effects or antecedents of Time-Place Management by age or career stage. Over the course of 2013, each team of selected authors will write one or more academic papers on their topics. Additionally, some authors will write blogs on related topics for practitioner and media audiences, published through the Center blog.

publications

Proposal Title

Author(s)

Data Set

Family Care Responsibilities and Work in a Global Context

Lisa Stewart, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Health, Human Services and Public Policy, California State University Monterey Bay

Generations of Talent

Exploring the Impact of Diversity and Equality Management Systems on Performance at Work Across Age Groups and National Context.

Emma Parry, BSc, MSc, PhD
Reader in Human Resource Management
Cranfield School of Management
United Kingdom

Jean McCarthy, BBS, PhD
Research Scholar in Organizational Behaviour
University of Limerick, Ireland
Fulbright Visiting Scholar, Colorado State University

Generations of Talent

The Role of Person-Environment Fit and Age in Workplace Flexibility

Ines A. Janke
PhD Fellow Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS)
Jacobs University Bremen

Susanne Scheibe, PhD
Assistant Professor of Organizational Psychology

Department of Psychology, University of Groningen
The Netherlands

Christian Stamov-Roßnagel, PhD
Professor of Organizational Behavior

Jacobs Center on Lifelong Learning
Jacobs University Bremen

Annet de Lange, PhD
Associate Professor
Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Head of Dutch Center of Sustainable Work Participation of Ageing Workers (www.nkdi.nl)

Generations of Talent

How Organizations Are Able to Maintain their Older Workers’ Motivation, Health and Productivity through Flexible HR Practices

Matthijs Bal, PhD
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior
VU University Amsterdam, Department of Management & Organiation
The Netherlands


Annet de Lange, PhD
Associate Professor
Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Head of Dutch Center of Sustainable Work Participation of Ageing Workers (www.nkdi.nl)

Generations of Talent

Age and Health as Moderators of the Influence of Time-Place Management Policies on Work Outcomes

Cort Whiting Rudolph, PhD
Assistant Professor
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Saint Louis University



Boris B. Baltes, PhD
Chair and Associate Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Wayne State University
Research Fellow, Center on Aging & Work, Boston College

 Age & Generations Study