Sunjin Pak
Sunjin Pak
Associate Professor, Slippery Rock University, School of Business
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The positive spillover and crossover of paternity leave use: A dyadic longitudinal analysis
KZ Kramer, H Bae, C Huh, S Pak
Journal of Vocational Behavior 115, 103310, 2019
Relative Earnings and Depressive Symptoms among Working Parents: Gender Differences in the Effect of Relative Income on Depressive Symptoms
K Kramer, S Pak
Sex Roles 78 (11-12), 744-759, 2018
The Beneficiary potential of task conflicts in high involvement work practices
S Pak
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 17709, 2015
The Effects of Uncompensated-Telework Fairness on Work Withdrawal and Personal Initiative via Energy
S Pak, A Kramer
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 12534, 2020
Job Insecurity and Subjective Sleep Quality: The Role of Spillover and Gender
YK Kim, A Kramer, S Pak
Stress and Health, 2020
The effects of uncompensated-telework on work withdrawal and personal initiative via energy: the moderating role of fairness
S Pak
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2019
‘Can’t have it All’: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Effect of Parental Leave on Early-Career Wage Growth
K Kramer, S Pak, SY Park, 2018
Mediating role of energy in the relationship between working hours and work-family interface
S Pak, A Kramer, Y Lee, KJ Kim
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 12897, 2018
The relationship between working hours, family demands and resources, health, and salary growth.
S Pak, A Kramer
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 13841, 2017
Does Job Control Matter for Work Hours? A Comparison between the United States and Korea
S Kim, S Pak, K Kwon
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 13323, 2016
Modeling the Reciprocal Relationship between Task Conflicts and High-Involvement Work Practices
S Pak, AC Avgar
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 15642, 2016
HPWS and Corporate Performance: The Role of Trust in Management and Common Perception
S Pak, B Ju
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 16473, 2014
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