Research

Pal, I., Galinsky, E., & Kim, S. (2021). Employee health and well-being after a crisis – re-imagining the role of workplace inclusion. Community, Work & Family, 25(1), 30–62.

Galinksy, E., Kim, S., & Pal, I. (2021) An inclusive workplace and health: Risk and renewal. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Galinksy, E., Kim, S., & Pal, I. (2021). An inclusive workplace and employee engagement: Surviving and thriving. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Kim, S., Galinksy, E., & Pal, I. (2020). One kind word: Flexibility in the time of COVID-19. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Pal, I., Galinsky, E., & Kim, S. (2020). 2020 Effective workplace index: Creating a workplace that works for employees and employers. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Galinsky, E., Goodman, N., Kim, S., & Bond, J. (2020) Opportunities & obstacles: Life on and off the job for employees with disabilities. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Galinsky, E., Bond, J. T., Sakai, K., Kim, S. S., & Giuntoli, N. (2008). 2008 National study of employers. New York, NY: Families and Work Institute.

Bond, J., Galinsky, E., Kim, S., & Brownfield, E. (2005). 2005 National Study of Employers. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Galinsky, E., Bond, J., Kim, S., Backon, L., Brownfield, E., & Sakai, K. (2005). Overwork in America: When the Way We Work Becomes Too Much. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Kim, S., Lopez, M., & Bond, J. (2003). Promising practices: How employers improve their bottom lines by addressing the needs of lower-wage workers. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Galinsky, E., Kim, S., Bond, J., & Salmond, K. (2001). Youth and employment: Today’s students, tomorrow’s workforce. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Galinsky, E., Kim, S., & Bond, J. (2001). Feeling overworked: When work becomes too much. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Kim, S., Galinsky, E., & Bond, J. (2001, July). Women who earn more than their husbands or partners. National Study of the Changing Workforce Research Brief, 1(1). New York: Families and Work Institute.

Kim, S. (2001, January 31). Promising practices: How employers improve their businesses by addressing the needs of lower-wage workers. Unpublished report prepared for the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Kim, S. (2001, January 31). Work-family issues faced by workers in low-income families: A literature review for employers. Unpublished report prepared for the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Goodman, J. & Kim, S. (2000). ‘Outcomes’ of adoptions of children from India: A subjective versus normative view of ‘successes.’ Adoption Quarterly, 4(2), 3-27.

Galinsky, E. & Kim, S. (2000). Navigating work and parenting by working at home: Perspectives of workers and children whose parents work at home. In U. S. Department of Labor (Ed.), Telework and the New Workplace of the 21st Century, Washington, DC: U. S. Department of Labor.

Galinsky, E. & Kim, S. (2000). Youth and employment: Preliminary findings. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Kim, S. S. (2000). Gradual return to work: The antecedents and consequences of switching to part-time work after first childbirth [Doctoral Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania].

Goodman, J. & Kim, S. (1999). The American adoption of Indian children from Mother Theresa’s orphanages: The parents. Adoption Quarterly, 3(2), 5-28.

Galinsky, E. & Kim, S. (1999). A work/life scan of endeavors to improve work-life connections around the globe. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Galinsky, E., Sazer O’Donnell, N., & Kim, S. (1996). Business involvement in community mobilization. New York: Families and Work Institute.

Kim, S. S. (1995). Involving business in community planning initiatives to improve systems of early childhood education and care [Master’s Thesis, University of Pennsylvania].