Data collection in the workplace setting poses unique challenges. In this case study, WFHN researchers share the methods used in the successful implementation of a longitudinal survey in a workplace setting.
Leslie Hammer, along with about a dozen of her fellow WFHN researchers, have published a paper in the Journal of Applied Psychology that examines the impact of a workplace intervention on employee reports of safety compliance and organizational citizenship behaviors in 30 health care facilities.
The study, Effects of a Workplace Intervention on Parent–Child Relationships published in Journal of Child and Family Studies by Work, Family & Health Network researchers, evaluates the impact on parent-adolescent relationships of a workplace intervention aimed at boosting employees' schedule control and supervisor support for personal and family life.
A WFHN study of nursing home employees found that job stress that impacts family life (work-to-family conflict) is linked to increased cardiometabolic risk, whereas being married and having younger children at home was protective against this increased risk. Lisa Berkman is lead author on study, published in the Journal of...