This study examined the relationship of managerial and professional men’s perception of organizational values supporting work‐personal life balance in their workplace and their work experiences, indicators of work and life satisfaction and psychological wellbeing. Data were collected from 283 men using anonymous questionnaires. Managerial men reporting organizational values more supportive of work‐personal life balance also reported working fewer hours and extra hours, less job stress, greater joy in work, lower intentions to quit, greater job career and life satisfaction, fewer psychosomatic symptoms and more positive emotional and physical wellbeing.
Burke, R. (2000), "Do managerial men benefit from organizational values supporting work‐personal life balance?", Women in Management Review, Vol. 15 No. 2, pp. 81-87. https://doi.org/10.1108/09649420010319606
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