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CONTRIBUTIONS OF DEEP-LEVEL SIMILARITY AND INFORMAL INTERACTION FREQUENCY WITH SUPERVISOR ON WORK ENGAGEMENT
Based on social psychological research involving interpersonal relationships, I hypothesize that deep-level similarity exerts its influence on engagement through its effect on perceived supervisor support. Also the strength ...
WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND CHILD WELL-BEING: WHEN WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT REALLY HITS HOME
Child well-being is one of the least frequently studied outcomes in research on the work-family interface. This paper extends previous research by examining the relationship between parental work-family conflict and child ...