Pain or Gain: Is There a Bright Side to Juggling Work and Family Roles?

Sidle, Stuart D.
November 2007
Academy of Management Perspectives;Nov2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p80
Academic Journal
The article reviews the research article "How Work and Family can Facilitate Each Other: Distinct Types of Work-Family Facilitation and Outcomes for Women and Men," by E.F. Van Steenbergen, N. Ellemers, and A. Mooijaart published in the "Journal of Occupational Health Psychology issue 12(3) . The research focuses on positive aspect of the often difficult balancing of work and family responsibilities. The study discusses several types of employee conflict, including strain-based, time-based, behavioral, and psychological.


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