Work engagement and work-family facilitation: Making homes happier through positive affective spillover

@inproceedings{Culbertson2012WorkEA,
  title={Work engagement and work-family facilitation: Making homes happier through positive affective spillover},
  author={Satoris S. Culbertson and Maura Josephine Mills and Clive James Andrew Fullagar},
  year={2012}
}
Although work engagement has been shown to be associated with positive job attitudes and behaviors, no research has investigated its relationship with work-family issues. To address this, the current longitudinal, experience-sampling study aimed to determine the relationship between daily work engagement and work-to-family facilitation. A total of 52 extension agents responded to two daily surveys for two weeks. Results indicate that both work engagement and work-to-family facilitation vary… CONTINUE READING

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