HEALTH, SUPERVISORY SUPPORT, AND WORKPLACE CULTURE IN RELATION TO WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND SYNERGY1


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Abstract

Summary.This research examined health, supervisory support, and workplace culture as predictors of work interfering with family, family interfering with work, and work-family synergy. The analysis of data from 2,796 respondents from the 2002 National Study of the Changing Workforce yielded significant relations among measures of mental health, self-rated health, supervisory support, and work-family culture with a focus on career concerns. Support was found for a measure of work-family synergy. Implications and directions for research are discussed.

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