Consequences Associated with Work-to-Family Conflict: A review and Agenda For Future Research
Work-family conflict, Stress, Life satisfaction
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A comprehensive review of the outcomes associated with work-to-family conflict was conducted and effect sizes were estimated. Atypology was presented that grouped outcomes into 3 categories: work related, nonwork related, and stress related. Issues concerning the measurement of work-family conflict were also discussed. The results demonstrate the widespread and serious consequences associated with work-to-family conflict. On the basis of the results of the review, an agenda for future research was provided.
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Journal of occupational health psychology, v. 5, issue 2, p. 278-308
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Allen, Tammy D.; Herst, David E.L.; Bruck, Carly S.; and Sutton, Martha, "Consequences Associated with Work-to-Family Conflict: A review and Agenda For Future Research" (2000). Psychology Faculty Publications. 62.