Erin L. Kelly
Erin L. Kelly
Sloan Distinguished Professor, MIT Sloan School, MIT
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Best practices or best guesses? Assessing the efficacy of corporate affirmative action and diversity policies
A Kalev, F Dobbin, E Kelly
American sociological review 71 (4), 589-617, 2006
How affirmative action became diversity management: Employer response to antidiscrimination law, 1961 to 1996
E Kelly, F Dobbin
American Behavioral Scientist 41 (7), 960-984, 1998
Changing workplaces to reduce work-family conflict: Schedule control in a white-collar organization
EL Kelly, P Moen, E Tranby
American sociological review 76 (2), 265-290, 2011
Getting there from here: Research on the effects of work-family initiatives on work-family conflict and business outcomes. The Academy of Management Annuals
EL Kelly, EE Kossek, LB Hammer, M Durham, J Bray, K Chermack, ...
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
Gendered challenge, gendered response: Confronting the ideal worker norm in a white-collar organization
EL Kelly, SK Ammons, K Chermack, P Moen
Gender & Society 24 (3), 281-303, 2010
Rethinking the clockwork of work: Why schedule control may pay off at work and at home
EL Kelly, P Moen
Advances in developing human resources 9 (4), 487-506, 2007
Civil rights law at work: Sex discrimination and the rise of maternity leave policies
E Kelly, F Dobbin
American Journal of Sociology 105 (2), 455-92, 1999
How to stop harassment: Professional construction of legal compliance in organizations
F Dobbin, EL Kelly
American Journal of Sociology 112 (4), 1203-1243, 2007
Changing work, changing health: can real work-time flexibility promote health behaviors and well-being?
P Moen, EL Kelly, E Tranby, Q Huang
Journal of health and social behavior 52 (4), 404-429, 2011
Does a flexibility/support organizational initiative improve high-tech employees’ well-being? Evidence from the work, family, and health network
P Moen, EL Kelly, W Fan, SR Lee, D Almeida, EE Kossek, OM Buxton
American Sociological Review 81 (1), 134-164, 2016
Managing flexible work arrangements in US organizations: Formalized discretion or ‘a right to ask’
EL Kelly, A Kalev
Socio-Economic Review 4 (3), 379-416, 2006
Does enhancing work-time control and flexibility reduce turnover? A naturally occurring experiment
P Moen, EL Kelly, R Hill
Social problems 58 (1), 69-98, 2011
Time work by overworked professionals: Strategies in response to the stress of higher status
P Moen, J Lam, S Ammons, EL Kelly
Work and occupations 40 (2), 79-114, 2013
Toward a model of work redesign for better work and better life
LA Perlow, EL Kelly
Work and Occupations 41 (1), 111-134, 2014
Diversity management in corporate America
F Dobbin, A Kalev, E Kelly
Contexts 6 (4), 21-27, 2007
Designing work, family & health organizational change initiatives
EE Kossek, LB Hammer, EL Kelly, P Moen
Organizational dynamics 43 (1), 53, 2014
Work, family and life-course fit: Does control over work time matter?
P Moen, E Kelly, Q Huang
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (3), 414-425, 2008
The feminization of poverty
SS McLanahan, EL Kelly
Handbook of the Sociology of Gender, 127-145, 2006
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