Work-family conflict, positive experience and preference of types of values.
Konflikt práca-rodina, pozitívne prežívanie a preferencia hodnotových typov
In the presented study we focus on the research on the work-family conflict using ESS data from Round 2. We deal with the group of Slovak working respondents with family responsibilities (N=193). In the introduction we briefly define work-family conflict and its predictors, then values, particularly human values according to the Schwartz theory and their relationship to work-family conflict. Results of this research indicate that work interference with family (WIF) was more prevalent than family interference with work (FIW). There were no significant gender differences in either of the directions of the conflict. When we compared groups with low and high levels of WIF, we found significant differences only in well-being. These two groups also significantly differed in some types of values, such as power, achievement, self-direction and safety.
NASER, Katarína. Work-family conflict, positive experience and preference of types of values. Individual and Society, 2012, Vol. 15, No. 1.
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