Relations among work-home culture, the utilization of work-home arrangements, and work-home interference
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SourceInternational Journal of Stress Management, 11, 4, (2004), pp. 323-345
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SW OZ BSI AO
International Journal of Stress Management
SubjectWork, Health and Performance
In the present study, we examined the associations among work-home culture (WHC), the utilization of work-home arrangements (WHAs), and work-home interference (WHI) among 638 workers from a Dutch financial consultancy firm. We (a) developed a typology of WHC, (b) examined whether the utilization of 6 WHAs differed for various types of WHC, (c) determined whether various types of WHC and the utilization of WHAs were related to WHI, and (d) studied these associations for subgroups of workers. Results showed that WHCs can be characterized by 2 dimensions, i.e., support and hindrance. More supportive and less hindering WHCs were not associated with a higher utilization of WHAs, but did covary with lower levels of WHI.
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