Antecedents and outcomes of work–nonwork conflict in hospitality: a meta-analysis
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management
Article publication date: 3 June 2019
Issue publication date: 14 November 2019
This paper aims to provide and meta-analytically investigate a theoretical framework of work–nonwork conflict and its antecedents and outcomes in hospitality management.
This paper adopts the psychometric meta-analytical methods and meta-structural equation modeling methods to synthesize the relationships between work-to-nonwork conflict (WNC) and nonwork-to-work conflict (NWC) and its antecedents and outcomes.
WNC and NWC are found to be correlated with antecedents including social support; positive affectivity and negative affectivity; work characteristics; and outcomes including job-related well-being, life-related well-being, burnout, performance and turnover intentions.
This paper is the very first meta-analysis in International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management. It is also the first meta-analysis on the relationship between overall work–nonwork conflict and its antecedents and outcomes in hospitality and tourism.
Xu, S. and Cao, Z.C. (2019), "Antecedents and outcomes of work–nonwork conflict in hospitality: a meta-analysis", International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 31 No. 10, pp. 3919-3942. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCHM-11-2018-0897
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