Job level, demands, and resources as antecedents of work-family conflict
DiRenzo, Marco S.
Greenhaus, Jeffrey H.
Weer, Christy H.
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Although substantial research has examined the conflict that employees experience between their work and family roles, the literature has not investigated the prevalence and antecedents of work–family conflict for individuals who work at different levels of an organization. This study examines differences in work–family conflict (work interference with family and family interference with work) for lower-level and higher-level employees, the factors that might explain these differences, and the differential effect of resources on conflict across job levels. Results indicate that higher-level workers experience greater conflict in both directions than lower-level workers, and that work- and home-based resources are differentially related to the conflict experienced by employees who hold lower-level and higher-level jobs.
The article of record as published may be located at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2010.10.002
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