Measurement development and validation of the Family Supportive Supervisor Behavior Short-Form (FSSB-SF).

@article{Hammer2013MeasurementDA,
  title={Measurement development and validation of the Family Supportive Supervisor Behavior Short-Form (FSSB-SF).},
  author={Leslie B. Hammer and Ellen Ernst Kossek and Todd E. Bodner and Tori Laurelle Crain},
  journal={Journal of occupational health psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={285-96}
}
Recently, scholars have demonstrated the importance of Family Supportive Supervisor Behaviors (FSSB), defined as behaviors exhibited by supervisors that are supportive of employees' family roles, in relation to health, well-being, and organizational outcomes. FSSB was originally conceptualized as a multidimensional, superordinate construct with four subordinate dimensions assessed with 14 items: emotional support, instrumental support, role modeling behaviors, and creative work-family… CONTINUE READING

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