My research centres around several topics related to employee well-being including: the work-family interface, gender and diversity dynamics in organizations, and leadership and conflict management. Recently, my work has taken on a more international and cross-cultural focus. I am a member of a consensus-driven interdisciplinary team (Project 3535) that has collected data on the work-family interface from over 3,000 participants on four continents. I am also currently working on a project related to leadership development in Croatia as part of a SIOP International Research Development grant.
Rajadhyaksha, U., Korabik, K., & Aycan, Z. (2015). Gender, gender-role ideology, and the work-family interface: A cross-cultural analysis. In M.J. Mills (Ed). Gender and the work-family experience: The intersection of two domains. (pp. 99-117). New York: Springer.
Korabik, K. (2015). The intersection of gender and work-family guilt. In M.J. Mills (Ed). Gender and the work-family experience: The intersection of two domains. (pp. 141-157). New York: Springer.
Ayman, R. & Korabik, K. (2015). Women and global leadership: Three theoretical perspectives. In F. W. Ngunjiri & S.R. Madsen (Eds). Women as global leaders. (pp. 53-72). Charlotte, N.C: Information Age Publishing.