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Testing a model of work-family enrichment : the effects of social resources and affectAcademy of Management Proceedings 2011
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- Work-Family Enrichment,
- Family Satisfaction,
- Job Satisfaction
AbstractBased on Greenhaus and Powell's (2006) theory of work-family enrichment and the job demands-resources (JD-R) model, this article proposes a model outlining the differential impact of specific social resources (supervisor support and family support) on specific types of affect (job satisfaction and family satisfaction respectively), which, in turn, influences work-to-family enrichment and family-to-work enrichment, respectively. A sample of 287 Chinese workers completed questionnaires in a three-wave longitudinal survey. The model was tested with structural equation modeling techniques. The results showed that job satisfaction at Time 2 partially mediated the relationship between Time 1 supervisor support and Time 3 work-to-family enrichment; whereas family satisfaction at Time 2 partially mediated the relationship between Time 1 family support and Time 3 family-to-work enrichment. Implications for future research and practice are discussed.
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Citation InformationSiu, O. L., Lu, J., Lu, C.-q., Brough, P., Kalliath, T., O'Driscoll, ... Wang, H. (2011). Testing a model of work-family enrichment: The effects of social resources and affect. In Academy of Management Proceedings 2011 (pp.1-6). San Antonio, Texas.