Influences on work/non-work conflict

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Title Influences on work/non-work conflict
Author Allan, Cameron; Loudoun, Rebecca Jane; Peetz, David Robert
Publication Title Reworking work AIRAANZ 05
Editor Marian Baird, Rae Cooper, Mark Westcott
Year Published 2005
Place of publication Australia
Publisher AIRAANZ
Abstract Work/non-work confl ict is important because it tells us about the well-being of individuals and more generally of a particular workplace or organisation. Important progress has been made in research literature on the importance of structural policies designed to assist workers to meet competing demands to be at work and at home. More information is needed into the infl uence of organisational variables on the emotional aspects of work/non-work confl ict. Based on a survey of over 900 employees, we use factor, correlation and multiple regression analyses to fi nd that exacerbation in work/non-work confl ict is a result of high workload pressure, long working hours, unsupportive management and weak employee control, especially over workload and over when employees can take time off.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Publisher URI http://www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/airaanz/
Alternative URI http://www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/airaanz/proceedings/Sydney2005/Refereedpapers/Allan.pdf
Copyright Statement Copyright 2005 Association of Industrial Relations Academics Australia & New Zealand (AIRAANZ). The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher.
ISBN 1864876999
Conference name 19th Conference of the association of industrial relations academics of Australia and New Zealand
Location Sydney
Date From 2005-02-09
Date To 2005-02-11
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/2792
Date Accessioned 2006-02-22
Date Available 2009-10-23T05:22:25Z
Language en_AU
Research Centre Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing; Socio-Legal Research Centre
Faculty Griffith Business School
Subject PRE2009-Industrial Relations
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1

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