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Sources of Conflict Between Work and Family Roles
An examination of the literature on conflict between work and family roles suggests that work-family conflict exists when: (a) time devoted to the requirements of one role makes it difficult toExpand
When Work And Family Are Allies: A Theory Of Work-Family Enrichment
We define work-family enrichment as the extent to which experiences in one role improve the quality of life in the other role. In this article we propose a theoretical model of work-family enrichmentExpand
Effects of Race on Organizational Experiences, Job Performance Evaluations, and Career Outcomes
This study examined relationships among race, organizational experiences, job performance evaluations, and career outcomes for black and white managers from three work organizations. Compared to wh...
The relation between work-family balance and quality of life
Abstract We examined the relation between work–family balance and quality of life among professionals employed in public accounting. Three components of work–family balance were assessed: timeExpand
Career Orientations of MIS Employees: An Empirical Analysis
The most significant finding was that employees whose career orientations were compatible with their job setting reported high job satisfaction, high career satisfaction, strong commitment to their organization, and low intentions to leave their organization. Expand
An investigation of the role of career salience in vocational behavior
The present research investigated the role of career salience (or the perceived importance of work and a career) in occupational choice and occupational satisfaction. It was predicted that careerExpand
A model of work, family, and interrole conflict: A construct validation study
Abstract Increasingly it has become clear that work should not be studied in isolation from family and personal concerns. Accordingly, the present research examines the construct validity of threeExpand