Challenges and Opportunities
Edited by Debra A. Major and Ronald J. Burke
Chapter 4: Work–life conflict and its effects
Conflict between work and other life domains has been a topic of great interest to researchers, practitioners and society in general. Accordingly, research investigating the relationship between work and life has steadily increased over the past few decades (Eby et al., 2005). Much of the literature has focused on conflict between multiple domains, primarily demonstrating this conflict to have harmful effects on important work outcomes such as absenteeism, burnout and performance (Amstad et al., 2011; Goff et al., 2006; Peeters et al., 2005), family outcomes such as marital satisfaction and quality (Kinnunen et al., 2003; Voydanoff, 2004), and individual outcomes such as affective and physical well-being, depression and substance abuse (Frone et al., 1996; Frone et al., 1997a; Lapierre and Allen, 2006).
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