Helen Pluut nominated for prestigious Kanter Award
Last year Helen Pluut co-authored the article “Social support at work and at home: Dual-buffering effects in the work-family conflict process” which was published in the journal Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. This article has now been nominated for the annual Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research.
This international award is intended to bring excellent research in the area of work and family to the attention of scholars, consultants and corporate practitioners. The award also aims to stimulate the debate on the quality of research and how to raise current standards even further. The award is a joint project between the Center for Families at Purdue University and the Boston College Center for Work and Family.
The Kanter Award identifies the “best of the best” research projects which future research can build on. The award is made following a rigorous review process involving this year a committee of more than 60 prominent scholars from over the whole world who reviewed more than 2500 articles. These articles were published in 83 different high quality English language journals. Helen’s article received the official honour of a Kanter Nominee for 2019 and is therefore considered one of the best 15 articles of the year.
Reference: Pluut, H., Ilies, R., Curseu, P. L., & Liu, Y. (2018). Social support at work and at home: Dual-buffering effects in the work-family conflict process. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 146, 1-13.