Work/family demands, work flexibility, work/family conflict, and their consequences at work: A national probability sample in Taiwan.

@article{Cooper2008WorkfamilyDW,
  title={Work/family demands, work flexibility, work/family conflict, and their consequences at work: A national probability sample in Taiwan.},
  author={Cary L. Cooper and Luo Lu and S. F. Kao and Ting-Yi Chang and Hung-Luan Wu},
  journal={International Journal of Stress Management},
  year={2008},
  volume={15},
  pages={1-21}
}
The aim of this research was to explore relations between work/family demands, work flexibility, work/family conflict, and work-related outcomes in the cultural context of Chinese society, using a national probability sample. For Taiwanese employees, work demands were positively related to work/family conflict, whereas both work and family demands were positively related to family/work conflict. Work/family conflict was negatively related to job satisfaction and family/work conflict to… 

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