Min (Maggie) Wan
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Comparison of women engineers who persist in or depart from engineering
NA Fouad, R Singh, K Cappaert, W Chang, M Wan
Journal of Vocational Behavior 92, 79-93, 2016
Women’s reasons for leaving the engineering field
NA Fouad, WH Chang, M Wan, R Singh
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 875, 2017
Why do women engineers leave the engineering profession? The roles of work–family conflict, occupational commitment, and perceived organizational support
R Singh, Y Zhang, M Wan, NA Fouad
Human resource management 57 (4), 901-914, 2018
The knife cuts on both sides: Examining the relationship between cross‐domain communication and work–family interface
M Wan, MA Shaffer, T Lau, E Cheung
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 92 (4), 978-1019, 2019
The secret life of pets: The intersection of animals and organizational life
TK Kelemen, SH Matthews, M Wan, Y Zhang
Journal of Organizational Behavior 41 (7), 694-697, 2020
Does work passion influence prosocial behaviors at work and home? Examining the underlying work‐family mechanisms
M Wan, DS Carlson, MJ Quade, KM Kacmar
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2021
Antecedents and outcomes of work-family conflict: A mega-meta path analysis
BK Miller, M Wan, D Carlson, KM Kacmar, M Thompson
PloS one 17 (2), e0263631, 2022
Linking high‐performance work systems and employee well‐being: A multilevel examination of the roles of organisation‐based self‐esteem and departmental formalisation
H Wang, Y Zhang, M Wan
Human Resource Management Journal 32 (1), 92-116, 2022
Beyond the bottom line: Don’t forget to consider the role of the family
MJ Quade, M Wan, DS Carlson, KM Kacmar, RL Greenbaum
Journal of Management, 01492063211030546, 2021
Examining mindfulness and its relationship to unethical behaviors
M Wan, S Zivnuska, M Valle
Management Research Review 43 (12), 2020
Spoiling for a fight: A relational model of daily work‐family balance satisfaction
M Wan, MA Shaffer, R Singh, Y Zhang
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 95 (1), 60-89, 2022
The double-edged sword effect of psychological safety climate: a theoretical framework
Y Zhang, MM Wan
Team Performance Management: An International Journal, 2021
Interruptions in remote work: a resource-based model of work and family stress
SJ Perry, DS Carlson, KM Kacmar, M Wan, MJ Thompson
Journal of Business and Psychology 38 (5), 1023-1041, 2023
Working college students’ time pressure and work-school conflict: Do boundary permeability and dispositional mindfulness matter?
MM Wan, L Feng, X Meng, M Zhai, R Konopaske
Psychological Reports, 2021
Do narcissistic employees remain silent? Examining the moderating roles of supervisor narcissism and traditionality in China
M Wan, Y Zhang, M Li
Asian Business & Management, 1-25, 2021
Global families
M Wan, R Singh, MA Shaffer
Research handbook of expatriates, 468-489, 2017
Conflict during the day keeps you unbalanced at night: a daily investigation of work task conflict, coworker support and work-family balance
M Wan, Y Zhang, MA Shaffer, M Li, G Zhang
International Journal of Conflict Management 33 (3), 519-537, 2022
An island of sanity during COVID-19 pandemic: Does pet attachment support buffer employees’ stress due to job insecurity?
M Wan, TK Kelemen, Y Zhang, SH Matthews
Psychological reports, 00332941221109105, 2022
When work and family collide:‘Resource Caravans’ of personal and contextual resources in remote work
DS Carlson, SJ Perry, M Kacmar, M Wan, MJ Thompson
New Technology, Work and Employment, 2023
A dyadic approach to examining dual-earner couples’ boundary segmentation preferences and work–family conflict.
MM Wan, MA Shaffer, J Dou, M Zhang, Y Zhang
International Journal of Stress Management, 2022
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