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J Occup Health Psychol. 2007 Jul;12(3):279-300.

How work and family can facilitate each other: distinct types of work-family facilitation and outcomes for women and men.

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Department of Psychology, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands. steenbergen@fsw.leidenuniv.nl

Abstract

This study was designed to gain more insight in the different ways in which work and family roles can benefit each other. Both qualitative (N=25) and quantitative (N=352) results obtained in a financial service organization supported the distinction between energy-based, time-based, behavioral, and psychological work-family facilitation, in addition to different types of work-family conflict that were identified in previous research. As expected, facilitation contributed substantially and differentially to the prediction of work and nonwork outcomes, over and above the effects of conflict. As predicted, women experienced higher levels of facilitation than men did. Furthermore, results indicate that examining facilitation, in addition to conflict, is especially important to predict the work and home life experiences of women.

PMID:
17638494
DOI:
10.1037/1076-8998.12.3.279
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