Work-family conflict and job performance in nurses: the moderating effects of social support.

@article{Wang2014WorkfamilyCA,
  title={Work-family conflict and job performance in nurses: the moderating effects of social support.},
  author={Mei-ling Wang and Li-Jane Tsai},
  journal={The journal of nursing research : JNR},
  year={2014},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={200-7}
}
BACKGROUND A large number of women are employed in the labor market. This phenomenon has widely supplanted the traditional family model of full-time working fathers and full-time housewives with the dual-income family model. Most nurses have both family and work responsibilities and hope to balance these two aspects of their lives. Work-family conflict (WFC) is thus a significant issue faced by professional nurses. PURPOSES This study examines the relationship between WFC and job performance… CONTINUE READING
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