Golden, Lonnie, Susan J. Lambert, Julia R. Henly, and Barbara Wiens-Tuers. In press. Working time in the employment relationship: Working time, perceived control and work-life balance. In The Edward Elgar Handbook on Work and Employment Relations, K. Townsend and A. Wilkinson, eds. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK.
Lambert, Susan J. In press. “Opting in” to full labor force participation in hourly jobs. In Confronting the ‘Opt-out Revolution:’ Women in Today’s Workforce, Bernie D. Jones, ed. New York: NYU Press.
Lambert, Susan J., and Julia R. Henly. In press. Double jeopardy: The misfit between welfare-to-work requirements and job realities. In Work and the Welfare State: The Politics and Management of Policy Change, Evelyn Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
Lambert, Susan J., Anna Haley-Lock, and Julia R. Henly. 2012. Schedule flexibility in hourly jobs: Unanticipated consequences and promising directions. Community, Work and Family. 15(3): 293-315.
Lambert, Susan J., and Julia R. Henly. 2012. Frontline managers matter: labour flexibility practices and sustained employment in hourly retail jobs in the U.S. In Are Bad Jobs Inevitable? Trends, Determinants and Responses to Job Quality in the Twenty-First Century, Chris Warhurst, Francoise Carré, Patricia Findlay, and Chris Tilly, eds. England: Palgrave Macmillan 143-59
Lambert, Susan J. 2012. "Opting in" to full labor force participation in hourly jobs. In Women Who Opt Out: The Debate Over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance, B. D. Jones, ed. 87-102. New York: New York University Press.
Golden, Lonnie, Barbara Wiens-Tuers, Susan J. Lambert, and Julia R. Henly. 2011. Working time in the employment relationship: Working time, perceived control and work-life balance. In Research Handbook on the Future of Work and Employment Relations, K. Townsend, and A. Wilkinson, eds. 188-211. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.
Muse, Lori, and Susan J. Lambert. 2010. Collecting organizational data to strengthen work-family research. Alfred P. Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia.
Lambert, Susan J., and Julia R. Henly. 2010. Managers’ strategies for balancing business requirements with employee needs. Report of the University of Chicago Work Scheduling Study.
Lambert, Susan J. 2009. Lessons from the policy world: How the economy, work supports, and education matter for low-income workers. Work and Occupations 36(1): 56-65.
Lambert, Susan J. 2009. Making a difference for hourly employees. In Work-life Policies that Make a Real Difference for Individuals, Families, and Organizations, Ann C. Crouter and Alan Booth, eds. Washington DC: Urban Institute Press.
Lambert, Susan J., and Julia R. Henly. 2009. Work schedules in hourly jobs. In The Low-Wage Labor Market for the Twenty-First Century Economy. Washington DC: The Mobility Agenda.
Lambert, Susan J. 2008. Human needs: Work/employment. In Encyclopedia of Social Work, 20th ed., Terry Mizrahi and Larry E. Davis, eds. Oxford University Press.
Lambert, Susan J. 2008. Passing the buck: Labor flexibility practices that transfer risk onto hourly workers. Human Relations 61(9): 1203-27.
Lambert, Susan J., and Julia R. Henly. 2007. Low-level jobs and work family studies. In Work Family Encyclopedia, Patricia M. Raskin and M. Pitt Catsouphes, eds. Sloan Work-Family Research Network, Boston College.
Lambert, Susan J. 2006. Both art and science: Employing organizational documentation in workplace-based research. In Handbook on Work-Family Research, M. Pitt Catsouphes, Ellen Ernst Kossek, and Stephen Sweet, eds. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Henly, Julia R., and Susan J. Lambert. 2005. Nonstandard work and child care needs of low income parents. In Work, family, health & well-being, ed. Suzanne M. Bianchi, Lynne M. Casper, and Rosalind King. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Kossek, Ellen Ernset, and Susan J. Lambert, eds. 2005. Work and life integration: Organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Lambert, Susan J., and Elaine Waxman. 2005. Organizational stratification: Distributing opportunities for work-life balance. In Work and life integration: Organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives, ed. Ellen Ernst Kossek and Susan J. Lambert. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Lambert, Susan J., and Anna Haley-Lock. 2004. The organizational stratification of opportunities for work-life balance: Addressing issues of equality and social justice in the workplace. Community, Work & Family 7(2): 181-197.
Lambert, Susan J. 2003. The work side of welfare-to-work: Lessons from recent policy research. Work & Occupations 30(4): 474-478.
Lambert, Susan, and Yojin Kim. 2002. Psychological involvement in family interactions: A new twist on work-to-family spillover. Issued working paper of The Sloan Center on Parents, Children, and Work, University of Chicago.
Lambert, Susan, Elaine Waxman, and Anna Haley-Lock. 2002. Against the odds: A study of sources of instability in lower-skilled jobs. The Project on the Public Economy of Work, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago.
Lambert, Susan and Anna Haley-Lock. 2001. Opening the door to opportunity: Investigating lower-skilled jobs from an organizational perspective. The Project on the Public Economy of Work, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago.
Lambert, Susan. 2000. Added benefits: The link between work-life benefits and organizational citizenship behavior. Academy of Management Journal 43(5): 801-815. (Lead article.)
Lambert, Susan. 1999. The link with business strategies: Measuring the value-added of work/life initiatives. In The metric manual, ed. Brad Googins and Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes. Center for Work and Family: Boston College.
Lambert, Susan. 1999. Lower-wage workers and the new realities of work and family. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 562: 174-190.
Lambert, Susan.1998. Workers’use of supportive workplace policies: Variations by race and class-related characteristics. In Workforce diversity: Issues and perspectives, ed. Alfreda Daly. Washington, D.C.: NASW Press.
Lambert, Susan. 1997. Expanding theories of occupational structure: Examining the relationship between employer responsiveness and worker well-being. In The integration of social work and social science, ed. David Tucker, Rosemary Sarri, and Charles Garvin. New York: Greenwood Press.
Lambert, Susan. 1995. An investigation of workers’ use and appreciation of supportive workplace policies. In Best papers 1995: Proceedings of the Academy of Management, ed. Dorothy Perrin Moore. Madison, WI: Omni Press.
Lambert, Susan, and Karen Hopkins. 1995. Occupational conditions and workers’ sense of community: Variations by gender and race. American Journal of Community Psychology 23(2): 151-179.
Lambert, Susan. 1994. A day late and a dollar short: Persistent gender differences amid changing requirements for organizational advancement. Journal of Applied Social Science 18(1): 89-108.
Lambert, Susan. 1993. Workplace policies as social policy. Social Service Review 67(2): 237-260.
Lambert, Susan. 1991. The effects of job and family characteristics on the job satisfaction, job involvement, and intrinsic motivation of men and women workers. Journal of Organizational Behavior 12: 341-363.
Lambert, Susan. 1990. Processes linking work and family: A critical review and research agenda. Human Relations 43(3): 239-257.