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When workplace family-support is misallocated: The importance of value congruence and fairness perceptions in predicting work-family conflict and job attitudes
To better manage our work demands and family demands, we often erect mental or physical “borders” to help us provide order to our experience. However, the preference for how we preserve these borders differs across ...
Managing Role Boundaries with Low Value Congruence: An Examination of Work-to-Family Conflict, Conscientiousness, and Unethical Work Behavior Intentions
This study investigated the impact of segmentation/integration value congruence on work interference with family (WIF) and how WIF may influence employees’ intentions to engage in unethical work behavior (UWB). The scarcity ...