Work Family Conflict: Evidence from Non-Western Contexts

Work Family Conflict: Evidence from Non-Western Contexts

Workers across industries seem to be struggling to find the balance between work and family life in a highly connected world. Many people are looking at alternate career options in order to better integrate their life interests and work. Such shift is fueled by increasing demands of the workplace, and little time to pursue non-work activities. American Psychological Association has reported that stressors are mainly related to work, family, and the attempt to balance the two. The quest to balance work with the rest of the life seems to be unfulfilled.

Handling work-family conflicts: future agenda,Investigating the effects of work-family spillovers, gender, and formal mentoring on career goal of managers,Role of integration-segmentation on work-family interface of insurance sector employees in India,The relationship between work-family conflict, stress, and work attitudes,The relationships among work-family conflict, turnover intention and organizational citizenship behavior in the hospitality industry of Taiwan,Work-family conflict among Hindu mothers in South Africa,Work-family conflict/enrichment: the role of personal resources,Work-life conflict of married and childless single female workers

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