The effects of work–family interface on domain‐specific satisfaction and well‐being across nations: The moderating effects of individualistic culture and economic development

  title={The effects of work–family interface on domain‐specific satisfaction and well‐being across nations: The moderating effects of individualistic culture and economic development},
  author={Shan Xu and Yanling Wang and Ren Mu and Jiafei Jin and Fei Gao},
  journal={PsyCh Journal},
Work-family conflict (WFC) and work-family enrichment (WFE) have been shown to be important predictors of employees' domain-specific satisfaction and well-being. In this meta-analysis, we consider how the effects of WFC/WFE on various outcomes differ across different national cultures and economic settings. We hypothesized that WFC would have stronger effects on employees' domain-specific satisfaction and well-being in high individualistic nations and economies with higher levels of economic… 

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