Monica Molino

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AIM This study investigated how work relationships (perceived organisational support, supervisor and co-worker work-family backlash) and job demands (workload, emotional dissonance) can interact with work-family conflict and work-family enrichment. BACKGROUND Despite the extensive literature on the work-family interface, few studies on the nursing(More)
OBJECTIVE Although the term workaholism is widely used, because of the changes in the nature of work and careers in recent years, research on this topic is still hindered by the absence of common definitions and measures. In recent times, some researchers have found evidence of the association of workaholism and poorer psychosocial well-being: hence, the(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The present study tries to gain more insight in workaholism by investigating its antecedents and consequences using the job demands-resources model. DESIGN We hypothesized that job demands would be positively related to workaholism, particularly when job resources are low. In addition, we hypothesized that workaholism would be(More)
BACKGROUND Work-family interface is an increasingly central research topic in organizational studies, and it is considered particularly relevant in healthcare contexts. Several studies on nursing staff showed the role of work-family conflict (WFC) and enrichment (WFE) in influencing work dynamics. OBJECTIVES The present study aims  at examining the(More)
BACKGROUND Emotional labor, defined as the process of regulating feelings and expressions as part of the work role, is a major characteristic in call centers. In particular, interacting with customers, agents are required to show certain emotions that are considered acceptable by the organization, even though these emotions may be different from their true(More)
OBJECTIVE The changes in the academic world led to an increase in job demands and a decrease in the available job resources. In recent years, the positive image of work in academia has gradually blurred. The present study, within the theoretical framework of the job demands-resources model, aimed to analyse the relationship between some job demands(More)
Background: The relationship between technology-assisted supplemental work and well-being outcomes is a recent issue in scientific literature. Whether the use of technology for work purpose in off-work time may have a positive or negative impact on work-family balance remains an open question and the role of gender in this relationship is poorly understood.(More)
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