Work-Family Balance

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May 01, 2016
Work-Family Conflict, Family-Supportive Supervisor Behaviors (FSSB), and Sleep Outcomes

This study, performed by Tori L. Crain, Leslie B. Hammer, and Orfeu M. Buxton, evaluated the relationships among work-family conflict, FSSB, and sleep outcomes within the COR framework.

Source: NCBI

Jul 01, 2013
Supporting Employees with Eldercare Needs: What Employers Can Do

Adapted from Neal, M. B. Chapman, N.J. Ingersoll-Dayton, B., & Emlen, A.C. (1993). Balancing Work and Caregiving for Children, Adults, and Elders, 2001.

Source: National Caregivers Library

Feb 01, 2012
Perception, Work-Life Balance Key Factors in Workplace Safety, Study Says

Companies that run in a smooth and effective manner and have minimal constraints on worker performance can decrease injuries by 38 percent as worker opinions improve, according to survey results.

Source: OH&S

Nov 01, 2008
Workplace Flexibility Case Studies

Case studies on various workplace flexibility arrangements are reviewed as provided by the Sloan Work and Family Network.

Source: Work and Family Research Network

Oct 01, 2008
CCOHS OSH Answers: Work/Life Balance

here are often two main aspects associated with work/life balance – the first is lack of time and scheduling conflicts, and the other is feeling overwhelmed, overloaded or stressed by the pressures of multiple roles.

Source: CCOHS

Dec 05, 2005
The UK National Work-Stress Network

We aim to educate and raise awareness of work-stress and to improve legislation on health, safety and employment rights in the UK and Europe.

Source: Workstress