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|Title: ||Quality and Quantity in Work-Home Conflict: The Nature and Direction of Effects of Work on Employees' Personal Relationships and Partners|
|Authors: ||Peetz, D.|
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Publisher: ||National Institute of Labour Studies|
|Citation: ||Peetz, D.; Muurlink, O.; Townsend, K.; Allan, C.; Fox, A. 2011. Quality and Quantity in Work-Home Conflict: The Nature and Direction of Effects of Work on Employees' Personal Relationships and Partners. Australian Bulletin of Labour, Vol. 37 No. 2, pp.138-163.|
|Abstract: ||Modern working patterns can directly and adversely affect family lives and personal relationships. Using quasi-longitudinal survey data from Queensland, this study confirms qualitative evidence that long hours of work, weekend work, irregular starting times, and high-pressure, long-hours cultures contribute to deteriorating home relationships and to dissatisfaction among partners. This study uniquely contrasts the quality impacts of work with the consequences of work quantity, indicating that the former is much more influential in modulating work-life conflict and satisfaction variables. Claims that long and increased working hours reflect the use of work as a refuge from home are shown to be unfounded.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol. 37 No. 2 2011|
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