Inter‐domain work‐family, family‐work conflict and police work satisfaction
Policing: An International Journal
Article publication date: 1 September 2004
This research investigates the relationship between inter‐domain conflict in the form of work‐family conflict and family‐work conflict with various facets of employee job satisfaction. The study was conducted among police personnel (n = 119) in a large southeastern state. Results indicate that work‐family conflict is significantly related to satisfaction with job in general, pay, supervision, promotion, work, and co‐workers. Family‐work conflict is not as consistently related to the facets of job satisfaction. In general, as expected, conflict between work‐family is more closely related to employee job satisfaction than conflict between family‐work. Managerial implications are included as well as directions for future theoretical research.
Gary Howard, W., Howard Donofrio, H. and Boles, J.S. (2004), "Inter‐domain work‐family, family‐work conflict and police work satisfaction", Policing: An International Journal, Vol. 27 No. 3, pp. 380-395. https://doi.org/10.1108/13639510410553121
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