prof.dr. (Laura) L den Dulk

Biography

Laura den Dulk is full professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Department of Public Administration and Sociology, the Netherlands. Her main area of expertise is cross-national research regarding work-life policies in organisations in different welfare state regimes.

In 2001 she completed her PhD in Social Sciences on the presence of work-family arrangements in organizations in different European countries. She is co-editor of a number of books: “Work-family arrangements in Europe” (Thela Thesis, 1999), “Flexible Working, Organizational Change and the Integration of Work and Personal life” (Edward Elgar, 2005), and “Quality of life and work: theory, policy and practice” (Palgrave, 2011). In 2010 she became editor of the international journal Community, Work and Family. Current research interests include the role of managers, work-life balance support in the public sector and the social quality in European workplaces. She participated in various EC research projects: ‘Quality of life in a changing Europe’ (QUALITY), and ‘Gender, Parenthood and the Changing European Workplace: young adults negotiating the work-family boundary’ (TRANSITIONS).

Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Full professor | Management and Organisation
Email
dendulk@essb.eur.nl
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Work

  • Laura Dulk (2018) - Flexible working the way of the future?
  • Laura Dulk (2018) - Flexibility from a macro and meso perspective
  • Laura Dulk (2010) - Community, Work & Family (Journal)
  • Laura Dulk (1998) - Work-family arrangements in organisations: an international comparison.
  • Laura Dulk (1998) - An international comparison of work-family arrangements.
  • Laura Dulk & CLHS Remery (1996) - Arbeid-zorgarrangementen: het beleid van de onverheid en van arbeidsorganisaties ten aanzien van de combinatie betaalde arbeid en zorgtaken
  • Laura Dulk & CLHS Remery (1996) - Arbeid-zorgarrangementen: het beleid van de overheid en van arbeidsorganisaties ten aanzien van de combinatie betaalde arbeid en zorgtaken

Nederlandse Stichting voor Psychotechniek

Start date approval
September 2022
End date approval
September 2024
Place
ARNHEM
Description
beoordeling projecten, maatschappelijke impact

Nederlandse Stichting voor Psychotechniek

Start date approval
September 2024
End date approval
September 2027
Place
ARNHEM
Description
beoordeling projecten, maatschappelijke impact

Collaboration Ateliers: B&P, GMCS, MHRV

Year
2023
Course Code
FSWBM-9000

2.3C HRM, Leadership and performance

Year
2023
Course Code
FSWB-2031

3.7 Bachelor project

Year
2023
Course Code
FSWB30385

4.2 Work Behavior in the Digital Age

Year
2023
Course Code
FSW-131

Year
2023
Course Code
FSWBM-6011

4.3 Internship Master PA MHRV

Year
2023
Course Code
FSWBM-6020

4.3 Thesis Master of Change and HR

Year
2023
Course Code
FSWBM-6030

4.3 Organisational Transitions

Year
2023
Course Code
ESSB-BM1030

4.1 Change Management

Year
2023
Course Code
FSWBM-6091

News regarding prof.dr. (Laura) L den Dulk

Mental well-being platform workers under pressure

The mental health of people who do so-called platform work is worse than that of those who do not. This is according to research by the strategy group at ESSB.
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The reality of platform workers: job insecurity, exhaustion and low engagement

The government can play a major role in improving the working conditions and welfare of platform workers. This is according to research by Erasmus University

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