Jeffrey Greenhaus

Areas of Expertise

  • Career Management
  • Stress
  • Work Life Balance/Conflict

Selected Works

Articles

DiRenzo, Marco, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Weer, Christy, Relationship between Protean Career Orientation and Work-life Balance: A Resource Perspective. Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (May 2015): 538-560.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Kossek, Ellen Ernst, The Contemporary Career: A Work-Home Perspective. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior 1 (Year 2014): 361-388.

Dust, Scott, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Spirituality and the Work-Home Interface: A Demands-Resources Perspective. Journal of Management Spirituality and Religion 10 (Mar 2013): 282-305.

Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, When Family Considerations Influence Work Decisions: Decision-Making Process. Journal of Vocational Behavior 81 (Dec 2012): 322-329.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and G.N, Powell, The family-relatedness of work decisions: A framework and agenda for theory and research. Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (Apr 2012): 246-255.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and G.N, Powell, The family-relatedness of work decisions: A framework and agenda for theory and research. Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (Apr 2012): 246-255.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Powell, Gary, The family-relatedness of work decisions: A framework and agenda for theory and research. Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (Apr 2012): 246-255.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Powell, Gary, The Family-Relatedness of Work Decisions: A Framework and Agenda for Theory and Research. Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (Mar 2012): 246-255.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Ziegert, Jonathan C., and Allen, Tammy D., When family-supportive supervision matters: Relations between multiple sources of support and work-family balance. Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (Mar 2012): 266-275.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Peng, Ann C., and Allen, Tammy D., Relations of work Identity, family identity, situational demands, and sex with employee work hours. Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (Jan 2012): 27-37.

DiRenzo, Marco, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Job search and voluntary turnover in a boundaryless world: A control theory perspective. Academy of Management Review 36 (Jul 2011): 567-589.

DiRenzo, Marco, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Weer, Christy, Job Level, Demands, and Resources as Antecedents of Work-Family Conflict. Journal of Vocational Behavior 78 (Mar 2011): 305-314.

Kathuria, Ravi, Partovi, F. Y., and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Leadership Practices, Competitive Priorities, and Manufacturing Group Performance. International Journal of Operations and Production 30 (Oct 2010): 1080-1105.

Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Sex, gender, and decisions at the family-work interface. Journal of Management 36 (Jun 2010): 1011-1039.

Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Sex, Gender, and the Work-Family Interface: Exploring Negative and Positive Interdependencies. Academy of Management Journal 53 (Jun 2010): 513-534.

Weer, Christy, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Linnehan, Frank, Commitment to nonwork roles and job performance: enrichment and conflict perspectives. Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (Spring 2010): 306-316.

Chen, Zheng, Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Work-to-family conflict, positive spillover, and boundary management: A person-environment fit approach. Journal of Vocational Behavior 74 (Jan 2009): 82-93.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Innovations in the Study of the Work-Family Interface: Introduction to the Special Section. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 81 (Sep 2008): 343-348.

Callanan, Gerald A., and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, The baby boom generation and career management: A call to action. Advances in Developing Human Resources 10 (Feb 2008): 70-85.

Litzky, Barrie E., and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, The relationship between gender and aspirations to senior management. Career Development International 12 (Jul 2007): 637-659.

Weer, Christy, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Colakoglu, Nihal, and Foley, Sharon, The role of maternal employment, role-altering strategies, and gender in college students’ expectations of work-family conflict. Sex Roles: a Journal of Research 55 (Sep 2006): 535-544.

Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Managing incidents of work-family conflict: A decision-making perspective. Human Relations 59 (Sep 2006): 1179-1212.

Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Is the opposite of positive negative? Untangling the complex relationship between work-family enrichment and conflict.. Career Development International 11 (Sep 2006): 650-659.

Foley, Sharon, Linnehan, Frank, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Weer, Christy, The impact of gender similarity, racial similarity, and work culture on family-supportive supervision.. Group and Organization Management 31 (Sep 2006): 420-441.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Powell, Gary, When work and family are allies: A theory of work-family enrichment. Academy of Management Review 31 (Jan 2006): 72-92.

Books

Poelmans, Steven, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Las Heras, Mireia, Expanding the boundaries of work-family research: A vision for the future.. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, (2013):

Poelmans, Steven, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Las Heras, Mireia, Expanding the boundaries of work-family research: A vision for the future. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan, (2013):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Callanan, Gerard A, and Godshak, Veronica, Career Management (Fourth Edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2010):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Callanan, Gerard A, Encyclopedia of Career Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2006):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Callanan, Gerard A, and Godshak, Veronica, Career Management (Third Edition). Forth Worth, TX: Dryden Press, (2000):

Friedman, Stewart, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Work and Family - Allies or enemies? What happens when business professionals confront life choices. New York: Oxford University Press, (2000):

Parasuraman, Saroj, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Integrating work and family: Challenges and Choices for a Changing World. Westport, CT: Quorum Books, (1997):

Chapters

De Hauw, Sara, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, “Building a Sustainable Career: The Role of Work-Home Balance in Career Decision Making.” Handbook of Research on Sustainable Careers, Ed. De Vos, A., & Van der Heijden, B. . Cheltonham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, (2015): 223-238.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Ten Brummelhuis, Lieke L., “Models and Frameworks Underlying Work-life Research.” Handbook of Work-life Integration of Professionals: Challenges and Opportunities, Ed. D. A. Major & R. J. Burke. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, (2014): 14-34.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Callanan, Gerard A, “Career Dynamics.” Handbook of Psychology, Ed. N. Schmitt and S. Highhouse. New York: Wiley, (2013): 593-614.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Singh, Romila, “Positive Nonwork Relational Exchanges.” Personal Relationships: The Effect on Employee Attitudes, Behavior, and Well-Being, Ed. Eby, L. T., & Allen, T. D.. New York: Routledge Press, (2012): 301-324.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Allen, Tammy, “Work-Family Balance: A Review and Extension of the Literature.” Handbook of Occupational Health Psychology, 2nd. Edition, Ed. J. C. Quick and L. E. Tetrick. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, (2011): 165-183.

Weer, Christy, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, “Dual Career Ladders in Organizations.” Encyclopedia of Technology & Innovation Management, Ed. Narayanan, V. K & O’Connor, G. C.. West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley, (2010): 147-148.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, “Corporate work-life interventions: A multi-level perspective.” Work-life policies that make a real difference for individuals, families, and organizations, Ed. Crouter, A. C. & Booth, A.. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press, (2009): 141-154.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Callanan, Gerard, and DiRenzo, Marco, “A boundaryless perspective on careers.” Sage Handbook of Organizational Behavior, Ed. Julian Barling and Cary Cooper . Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2008): 277-299.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Foley, Sharon, “The intersection of work and Family lives.” Handbook of Career Studies, Ed. Gunz, H. & Peiperl, M.. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2007): 131-152.

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Singh, Romila, “Mentoring and the Work-Family Interface.” Handbook of Mentoring at Work, Ed. Belle Ragins and Kathy Kram. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2007): 519-544.

Presented Research

Vaziri, Hoda, Casper, Wendy, Wayne, Julie, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Work-life balance, its antecedents and outcomes: A meta-analysis., Work and Family Researchers Network: Washington, DC, (Jun 2016):

Rosikiewicz, Blythe, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Capitano, Johnna, and King, Kahlil, Can there be too much of a good thing? Consideration of curvilinearity in work-home relationships, Academy of Management: Vancouver British Columbia, (Aug 2015):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and G.N, Powell, Work-family decision making, Academy of Management: Vancouver British Columbia, (Aug 2015):

Haar, Jarrod M., Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Roche, Maree A., and Ziegert, Jonathan C., Work-family conflict and contagion of depression from leaders to followers, SIOP: Philadelphia, PA, (Apr 2015):

De Hauw, Sara, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Building a Sustainable Career: The Role of Work-Home Balance in Career Decision Making, Academy of Management: Philadelphia, PA, (Aug 2014):

Rosikiewicz, Blythe, Margolis, Jaclyn, Graham, Katrina, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Leadership Antecedents of Family-supportive Supervisory Behaviors: The Role of Theory X Beliefs and Bottom-line Mentality, Academy of Management: Philadelphia, PA, (Aug 2014):

Kwan, Ho-Kwong, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Ziegert, Jonathan, A Trickle-down Perspective on Family-Supportive Supervisory Behavior: Do Managers Model their Bosses?, Work-Family Researchers Network Conference: New York, NY, (Jun 2014):

Pichler, Shaun, Turel, Ofir, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Piszczek, Matthew, The Information and Communication Technology User Role: Implications for Theory Development and Future Research, Work-Family Researchers Network Conference: New York, NY, (Jun 2014):

Pichler, Shaun, Turel, Ofir, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Managing Work-technology Boundaries: A Role and Identity Theory Perspective, SIOP: Honolulu, HI, (May 2014):

Casper, Wendy, De Hauw, Sara, Wayne, Julie, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, A Review of the Meaning and Measurement of Work-Life Balance, SIOP: Honolulu, HI, (May 2014):

Capitano, Johnna, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Ten Brummelhuis, Lieke L., Antecedents and Consequences of Recovery at Work, SIOP: Honolulu, HI, (May 2014):

Pichler, Shaun, Turel, Ofir, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, The information and communication technology user role: implications for boundary management with the work role, role performance and inter-role conflict, Academy of Management: Orlando, FL, (Aug 2013):

Shor, Jaclyn, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Graham, Katrina, Context matters: A Model of family-supportive supervision and work-family conflict., Academy of Management: Orlando, FL, (Aug 2013):

Graham, Katrina, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Shor, Jaclyn, Organizational, Supervisor, and Employee Antecedents of Family-Supportive Supervision, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: Boston, MA, (Aug 2012):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Kossek, Ellen Ernst, The Effects of Work-life Flexibility Policies on Employee Outcomes: A Multiple Resource Perspective, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: Boston, MA, (Aug 2012):

Kalliath, Thomas, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Brough, Paula, Siu, Oi-Ling, O’Driscoll, Michael, and Marmen, Jerry, Work-life balance: A three-wave longitudinal analysis of its mediating role, Academy of Management: San Antonio, TX, (Aug 2011):

DiRenzo, Marco, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, The impact of protean career orientation on work-life balance, European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology: Maastricht, Netherlands, (May 2011):

Allen, Tammy, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Edwards, Jeffrey, The meaning of work-family balance: an empirical investigation, Academy of Management: Montreal, CN, (Aug 2010):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Peng, Chunyan, and Allen, Tammy, Work Involvement, Work Overload, and Parental Demands as Antecedents of Business Professionals’ Work Hours, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP): Atlanta, GA, (Apr 2010):

Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Sex, Gender, and the Family-Work Interface: A Decision-making Perspective, Third International Conference of Work & Family, IESE Business School: Barcelona, Spain, (Jul 2009):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Ziegert, Jonathan C., and Allen, Tammy, When Family-Supportive Supervision Matters: Relationships between Multiple, International Community, Work & Family Conference: Utrecht, the Netherlands, (Apr 2009):

Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Effects of Sex on Work-to-Family Conflict and Enrichment: The Role of Gender Self-Schema and Work-Family Boundary Management, British Academy of Management: Harrowgate, UK, (Sep 2008):

Chen, Zheng, Powell, Gary, and Greenhaus, Jeffrey, Work-to-family boundary management, conflict, and enrichment: A person-environment fit approach, Academy of Management: Anaheim, CA, (Aug 2008):

Greenhaus, Jeffrey, The Relationship Between Work-Family Conflict and Health Outcomes, SIOP: San Francisco, CA, (Apr 2008):

Education

BA - Hofstra University 1965
PhD Industrial Organizational Psychology - New York University 1970

Professional Experience

Academic-City College of New York Research Assistant Professor New York NY Sep 1970 - Jun 1973
Academic-Stevens Institute of Technology Assistant to Associate Professor Hoboken NJ Sep 1973 - Jun 1981

Media Mentions

Conflict Between Work & Family

via ModernMom.com

Jeffrey Greenhaus Ph.D., professor of management was quoted in an article on modernmom.com discussing the conflict between work and family for female professionals.”Conflict can occur in the family when work interferes with your family life. Conflict in the job can occur when the family interferes with your work life. If you have a young child at home, for example, and you have a job with inflexible hours or one that requires you to travel, you will experience conflict. Often, the conflict will cause stress in your life.”