publication . Article . 2011

Relationship between work-family interaction and job satisfaction

Adomynienė, Eglė; Gustainienė, Loreta;
Open Access Lithuanian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai, volume 2,011, issue 60, pages 13-28 (issn: 1392-1142, Copyright policy)
Abstract
Nowadays when women not only take care of the house, but also actively participate in career development the ability to reconcile work and family commitments has become perhaps the most difficult task. Purpose. The aim of the present study is to examine the relationship between job satisfaction and work and family interactions (both types and directions), the impact of social support upon the relationship is also taken into account. Methods. The study included 154 subjects: 100 women and 54 men, living in Kaunas city (Lithuania) and working in a service sector. All of the respondents are married or living with a partner. Workfamily interaction is assessed using ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Pasitenkinimas darbu, Social support, Neigiama darbo-šeimos/šeimos-darbo sąveika, Socialinis palaikymas, Lithuania ; Work and family interaction ; Job satisfaction ; Social support, Positive work-family/ family-work interaction, Work and family conflict, Teigiama darbo-šeimos/ šeimos-darbo sąveika, Job satisfaction, 005 Vadyba / Management, Darbo ir šeimos konfliktas, Negative work-family/family-work interaction
17 references, page 1 of 2

1. Aryee, S., Srinivas, E. S., Tan, H. H. (2005). Rhythms of Life: Antecedents and Outcomes of Work-Family Balance in Employed Parents // Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 90, No.l.

2. Balmforth, K., Gardner, D. (2002). Conflict and Facilitation between Work and Family: Realizing the Outcomes for Organizations // New Zealand Journal of Psychology. Vol. 35. No. 2.

3. Burley, K., A. (1995). Family Variables as Mediators of the Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Marital Adjustment among DualCareer Men and Women // eTh Journal of Social Psychology. Vol.135, No. 4.

4. Cinamon, R. G., Rich, Y. (2002). Profiles of Attribution of Importance to Life Roles and eThir Implications for the Work-Family Coniflct // Journal of Counseling Psychology. Vol. 49, No. 2.

5. Clark, A., Oswald, A., Warr, P. (1996). Is Job Satisfaction U-shaped in Age? // Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Vol. 69, No. 1.

6. Emslie, C., Hunt, K., Macintyre, S. (2004). Gender, Work-Home Conflic, and Morbidity Against White-Collar Bank Employees in the United Kingdom // International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. Vol. 11, No.3.

7. Geurts, S. A. E., Taris, T. W., Kompier, M. A. J., Dikkers, J. S.E., Van Hoof, M. L. M., Kinnunen, U. M. (2005). Work-Home Interaction from a Work Psychological Perspective: Development and Validation of a New Questionnaire, the SWING // Work&Stress. Vol. 19. No. 4.

8. Grandney, A. A., Cropanzano, R. (1999). eTh Conservation of Resources Model Applied to Work-Family Conflict and Strain // Journal of Vocational Behavior. Vol. 54, No. 2.

9. Hatton, S., Emerson, E., Rivers, M., Mason, H., Mason, L., Swarbrick, R., Kiernan, C., Reeves, D., Alborz, A. (2001). Factors Associated with Staf Stress and Work Satisfaction in Services for People with Intellectual Disability // Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Vol.43, No. 4.

10. Kinnunen, U., Feldt, T., Geurts, S., Pulkkinen, L. (2006). Types of Work-Family Interference: Well-Being Correlates of Negative and Positive Spillover between Work and Family // Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. Vol. 47, No. 2. [OpenAIRE]

11. Luk, D. M., Shaefr, M. A. (2005). Work and Family Domain Stressors and Support: Withinand Cross-Domain Inuflences on Work-Family Conflict // Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Vol.78.

12. Marcelissen, F., Winnubst, J., Buunk, B., De Wol,f C. J. (1988). Social Support and Occupational Stress: a Causal Analysis // Social Science & Medicine. Vol. 26, No. 3.

13. Mauno, S., Kunninen, U., Pyykko, M. (2005). Does Work-Family Conflict Mediate the Relationship between Work-Family Culture and Self-Reported Distress? Evidence from Five Finnish Organizations // Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Vol.78.

14. Schabracg, M. J., Winnubst, J. A. M., Cooper, C. L. (2003). eTh Handbook of Work and Health Psychology. 2nd ed. - John Willey&Sons.

15. Spector, P. E. (1994). Instructions for Scoring the Job Satisfaction Survey. JSS // University of South Florida, Departament of Psychology.

17 references, page 1 of 2
Abstract
Nowadays when women not only take care of the house, but also actively participate in career development the ability to reconcile work and family commitments has become perhaps the most difficult task. Purpose. The aim of the present study is to examine the relationship between job satisfaction and work and family interactions (both types and directions), the impact of social support upon the relationship is also taken into account. Methods. The study included 154 subjects: 100 women and 54 men, living in Kaunas city (Lithuania) and working in a service sector. All of the respondents are married or living with a partner. Workfamily interaction is assessed using ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Pasitenkinimas darbu, Social support, Neigiama darbo-šeimos/šeimos-darbo sąveika, Socialinis palaikymas, Lithuania ; Work and family interaction ; Job satisfaction ; Social support, Positive work-family/ family-work interaction, Work and family conflict, Teigiama darbo-šeimos/ šeimos-darbo sąveika, Job satisfaction, 005 Vadyba / Management, Darbo ir šeimos konfliktas, Negative work-family/family-work interaction
17 references, page 1 of 2

1. Aryee, S., Srinivas, E. S., Tan, H. H. (2005). Rhythms of Life: Antecedents and Outcomes of Work-Family Balance in Employed Parents // Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 90, No.l.

2. Balmforth, K., Gardner, D. (2002). Conflict and Facilitation between Work and Family: Realizing the Outcomes for Organizations // New Zealand Journal of Psychology. Vol. 35. No. 2.

3. Burley, K., A. (1995). Family Variables as Mediators of the Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Marital Adjustment among DualCareer Men and Women // eTh Journal of Social Psychology. Vol.135, No. 4.

4. Cinamon, R. G., Rich, Y. (2002). Profiles of Attribution of Importance to Life Roles and eThir Implications for the Work-Family Coniflct // Journal of Counseling Psychology. Vol. 49, No. 2.

5. Clark, A., Oswald, A., Warr, P. (1996). Is Job Satisfaction U-shaped in Age? // Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Vol. 69, No. 1.

6. Emslie, C., Hunt, K., Macintyre, S. (2004). Gender, Work-Home Conflic, and Morbidity Against White-Collar Bank Employees in the United Kingdom // International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. Vol. 11, No.3.

7. Geurts, S. A. E., Taris, T. W., Kompier, M. A. J., Dikkers, J. S.E., Van Hoof, M. L. M., Kinnunen, U. M. (2005). Work-Home Interaction from a Work Psychological Perspective: Development and Validation of a New Questionnaire, the SWING // Work&Stress. Vol. 19. No. 4.

8. Grandney, A. A., Cropanzano, R. (1999). eTh Conservation of Resources Model Applied to Work-Family Conflict and Strain // Journal of Vocational Behavior. Vol. 54, No. 2.

9. Hatton, S., Emerson, E., Rivers, M., Mason, H., Mason, L., Swarbrick, R., Kiernan, C., Reeves, D., Alborz, A. (2001). Factors Associated with Staf Stress and Work Satisfaction in Services for People with Intellectual Disability // Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. Vol.43, No. 4.

10. Kinnunen, U., Feldt, T., Geurts, S., Pulkkinen, L. (2006). Types of Work-Family Interference: Well-Being Correlates of Negative and Positive Spillover between Work and Family // Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. Vol. 47, No. 2. [OpenAIRE]

11. Luk, D. M., Shaefr, M. A. (2005). Work and Family Domain Stressors and Support: Withinand Cross-Domain Inuflences on Work-Family Conflict // Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Vol.78.

12. Marcelissen, F., Winnubst, J., Buunk, B., De Wol,f C. J. (1988). Social Support and Occupational Stress: a Causal Analysis // Social Science & Medicine. Vol. 26, No. 3.

13. Mauno, S., Kunninen, U., Pyykko, M. (2005). Does Work-Family Conflict Mediate the Relationship between Work-Family Culture and Self-Reported Distress? Evidence from Five Finnish Organizations // Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. Vol.78.

14. Schabracg, M. J., Winnubst, J. A. M., Cooper, C. L. (2003). eTh Handbook of Work and Health Psychology. 2nd ed. - John Willey&Sons.

15. Spector, P. E. (1994). Instructions for Scoring the Job Satisfaction Survey. JSS // University of South Florida, Departament of Psychology.

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publication . Article . 2011

Relationship between work-family interaction and job satisfaction

Adomynienė, Eglė; Gustainienė, Loreta;