Family-Supportive Work Environments and Psychological Strain: A Longitudinal Test of Two Theories
This research shows that not only can perceptions of family-supportive work environments predict later reports of psychological strain in a military sample after returning from combat, but also that experiences of psychological strain can predict later perceptions of family-supportive work environments. These results suggest the importance of understanding the work-family interface from a reciprocal, systems-based perspective.
Odle-Dusseau, H. N., H. A. Herleman, T. W. Britt, D. D. Moore, C. A. Castro, and D. McGurk. “Family-Supportive Work Environments and Psychological Strain: A Longitudinal Test of Two Theories.” Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 18.1 (2013): 27-36.
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