Part I. Overview: 1. Introduction; 2. A comprehensive review and synthesis of the cross-cultural work-family literature; 3. GLOBE's cultural dimensions: implications for global work-family research; Part II. Assessing Cultural and Structural Differences: 4. Schwartz cultural values: implications for global work-family research; 5. Relationships between social policy, economic characteristics, and the work-family interface; 6. The impact of leave policies on employment, fertility, gender equality, and health; 7. Review of methods used in global work and family research; Part III. Methodological Considerations: 8. Meta-analysis as a tool to synthesize global work-family research findings; 9. Conducting qualitative work-family research across cultures; 10. Leveraging archival data in global work-family research: the case of time use data; 11. Best practices in scale translation and establishing measurement equivalence; 12. Getting the global band together: best practices in organizing and managing international research teams; 13. A review of work-family research in Western and Southern Europe; Part IV. Review of Research in Regions across the Globe: 14. A review of work-family research in Central and Eastern Europe; 15. A review of work-family research in Nordic regions; 16. A review of work-family research in Latin America; 17. A review of work-family research in Africa; 18. A review of work-family research in the Middle East; 19. A review of work-family research in South East Asia; 20. A review of work-family research in Confucian Asia; 21. A review of work-family research in Australia and New Zealand; 22. A cultures within culture perspective on work and family among United States employees; Part V. Cultures within Cultures: 23. Cultures within cultures in Israel: Jewish and Arab cultures and the work-family interface; 24. Modernity meets tradition: managing the work-family interface in South Africa; 25. Work and family among immigrants; 26. Expatriation and the work-family interface; 27. The work-family interface and careers in the global workplace: insights from cross-national research; Part VI. Organizational Perspectives: 28. Managing work and family issues in a multinational firm: organizational case study; 29. Workplace flexibility: strategies to help organizations navigate global expansion; 30. Organizational culture in the context of national culture; 31. Family supportive supervision around the globe; 32. Gender, gender norms, and national culture: global work-family at multiple levels of analysis; Part VII. Family Perspectives: 33. Fatherhood, work, and family across the globe: a review and research agenda; 34. Crossover, culture, and dual-earner couples; 35. Cultural considerations in the division of labor; 36. Affective processes in the work-family interface: global considerations; 37. Implications of work-family connections for children's well-being across the globe; 38. Segmentation/integration of work and non/work domains: global considerations; Part VIII. Individual Perspectives: 39. The meanings of work-life balance: a cultural perspective; 40. A cross-national view of personal responsibility for work-life balance; Part IX. Conclusion: 41. Charting a path forward; Index.