Extended work availability and its relation with start-of-day mood and cortisol.

@article{Dettmers2016ExtendedWA,
  title={Extended work availability and its relation with start-of-day mood and cortisol.},
  author={Jan Dettmers and Tim Vahle-Hinz and Eva Bamberg and Niklas Friedrich and Monika Keller},
  journal={Journal of occupational health psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={105-18}
}
The opportunity to work at any time and place, which is facilitated by mobile communication technologies, reinforces employer expectations that employees are available for work beyond regular work hours. This study investigates the relation of daily extended work availability with psychological and physiological well-being and the mediating role of recovery… CONTINUE READING