publication . Thesis . 2016

Corporate mobility: Impacts on life domains and implications for work-life balance of international business travelers and expatriates

Tretyakevich, Natalia; Maggi, Rico;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Feb 2016
  • Country: Switzerland
Abstract
In my dissertation I aim to explore the impacts of work-related mobility on job, family life and personal well-being of the travelling employees. To do so, three studies have been conducted with the purpose to investigate business travel behavioral patterns and impacts of work-related mobility on various life domains of the three segments, namely frequent corporate business travelers, expatriates and travelling academics, for whom the issues of travel stress and work-life balance are of great relevance. The first study focuses on the analysis of business travel impacts, both positive and negative ones, on the professional and private life of the 'road warriors',...
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