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Khalid, Urfi – Journal of Education and Educational Development, 2021
The Work-Family Conflict (WFC) is an established phenomenon of modern economies and has become more intense for the female labor force which has to perform multiple roles in society. This study has been conducted to answer research questions regarding the impact of WFC on job satisfaction and its effect on life satisfaction of female executive…
Descriptors: Females, Employed Women, Womens Education, College Students
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Ross, Donald Bruce; Gale, Jerry; Wickrama, Kandauda; Goetz, Joseph; James, Matthew; Tang, Yabin – Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, 2021
The deleterious nature of U.S. economic recessions over the last several decades highlight a need to investigate the role of family economic strain on families. The current study explored the impact of family economic strain on marital quality and marital stability through dyadic associations of marital support and work-family conflict of 370…
Descriptors: Economic Climate, Stress Variables, Marriage, Financial Problems
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Claflin, Kellie; Sorensen, Tyson J.; Velez, J.; Stewart, Josh – Career and Technical Education Research, 2019
CTE has been identified as a critical need area and therefore retention of secondary CTE teachers is of great importance. This study explored turnover intentions and work-family conflict of CTE teachers in Oregon. Teachers reported higher work interference with family (WIF) than family interference with work (FIW), but also reported moderately low…
Descriptors: Vocational Education, Family Work Relationship, Labor Turnover, Intention
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Ferguson, Merideth; Carlson, Dawn; Hunter, Emily M.; Whitten, Dwayne – Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2012
Building on the spillover and crossover literatures of work-family conflict and the theoretical framework of Conservation of Resources Theory (Hobfoll, 1989) we examine the effects of conflict on production deviance. Using a two-study constructive replication and extension design, we examine how partner work-to-family conflict contributes to job…
Descriptors: Family Work Relationship, Conflict, Gender Differences, Antisocial Behavior
d'Argent, Julie – ProQuest LLC, 2014
According to Aryee, Fields, and Luk (1999), work-family conflict has become a prevalent problem in society. Past research in this area has focused primarily on outcomes and predictors of work-family conflict. Although research found that work-family conflict often leads to mental health concerns, few studies have focused on the area of work-family…
Descriptors: Conflict, Case Studies, Family Work Relationship, Counseling
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Ruppanner, Leah – Social Indicators Research, 2013
Welfare states enact a range of policies aimed at reducing work-family conflict. While welfare state policies have been assessed at the macro-level and work-family conflict at the individual-level, few studies have simultaneously addressed these relationships in a cross-national multi-level model. This study addresses this void by assessing the…
Descriptors: Conflict, Family Work Relationship, Welfare Services, Public Policy
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Tatlah, Ijaz Ahmed; Quraishi, Uzma – Educational Research and Reviews, 2010
This paper aims to investigate the relationship of people-oriented and task-oriented leadership styles with the work-family and family-work conflicts and the intensity of mutual relationship between work-family and family-work conflicts. Data for the research were collected through a survey of public sector elementary and secondary school teachers…
Descriptors: Conflict, Leadership Styles, Factor Analysis, Foreign Countries
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Hu, Chun-mei; Cui, Shu-jing; Wang, Lei – Journal of Education and Training Studies, 2016
Objective: To investigate the path analysis of work family conflict, job salary and promotion satisfaction, work engagement to subjective well-being of the primary and middle school principals, and provide advice for enhancing their well-being. Methods: Using convenient sampling, totally 300 primary and middle school principals completed the WFC,…
Descriptors: Path Analysis, Family Work Relationship, Well Being, Salaries
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Sorensen, Tyson J.; McKim, Aaron J.; Velez, Jonathan J. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2017
Data from a random sample of secondary school agriculture teachers in the United States were utilized to explore work characteristics and their relationship to work-family conflict, specifically how the work role interfered with the family role. Nine workplace characteristics (i.e., salary, work hours per work week, weekend work hours, years of…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Secondary School Teachers, Family Work Relationship, Work Environment
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Allen, Tammy D.; Johnson, Ryan C.; Saboe, Kristin N.; Cho, Eunae; Dumani, Soner; Evans, Sarah – Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2012
Meta-analysis was used to comprehensively summarize the relationship between dispositional variables and both directions of work-family conflict. The largest effects detected were those associated with negative affect, neuroticism, and self-efficacy; all were in expected directions. In general, negative trait-based variables (e.g., negative affect…
Descriptors: Marital Status, Self Efficacy, Conflict, Family Work Relationship
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Stewart, Lisa M. – Journal of Family Issues, 2013
This study compared work-family and family-work conflict for employed family caregivers with disability-related care responsibilities in contrast to employed family caregivers with typical care responsibilities. Using data from the 2002 National Study of the Changing Workforce, a population-based survey of the U.S. workforce, formal and informal…
Descriptors: Conflict, Employees, Family Work Relationship, Caregivers
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Zábrodská, Katerina; Mudrák, Jirí; Šolcová, Iva; Kveton, Petr; Blatný, Marek; Machovcová, Katerina – Educational Psychology, 2018
This study examined both direct and indirect associations of faculty burnout with psychosocial work environments, using the job resources-demands framework. A sample of 2,229 faculty members (57.1% male) throughout public universities in the Czech Republic completed a questionnaire comprising measures of burnout and psychosocial work environment…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Foreign Countries, Teacher Burnout, Questionnaires
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Han, Soo Jeoung; McLean, Gary N. – European Journal of Training and Development, 2020
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of family-supportive supervisor behaviors and organizational climate on employees' work-family conflict, job satisfaction and turnover intentions. Design/methodology/approach: To examine the causal relationship, the longitudinal panel data of the work, family and health study were…
Descriptors: Supervisor Supervisee Relationship, Organizational Climate, Family Work Relationship, Job Satisfaction
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Andreassi, Jeanine K. – Journal of Family Issues, 2011
Employees (N = 291) of various industries and companies were surveyed to study how individual factors (coping and personality) affect work-family conflict: strain-based work-to-family conflict (S-WFC), time-based work-to-family conflict (T-WFC), strain-based family-to-work conflict (S-FWC), and time-based family-to-work conflict (T-FWC). As…
Descriptors: Locus of Control, Conflict, Personality, Coping
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Ferreira, Tiago; Cadima, Joana; Matias, Marisa; Vieira, Joana Marina; Leal, Teresa; Verschueren, Karine; Matos, Paula Mena – Developmental Psychology, 2018
Parental engagement in positive activities with the child may show significant variation across time, assuming a crucial influence on child development. In dual-earner families, work-family conflict can interfere with parental engagement, with negative consequences for children's behavior. The current study examined the change trajectories of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, Preschool Children, Early Childhood Education
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