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While work—family conflict has received much attention in the literature, there is a dearth of empirical evidence about work—family positive spillover. Further, we have little understanding of positive spillover in an Australian setting. Using structural equation modelling, we tested positive...
With all the cacophony of comment on China's rapid economic development and the emergence of its large firms, the important role of small businesses has received less attention. Therefore, this paper looks at the key area of small and medium sized enterprises in China. In particular, it provides...
There is increasing evidence that work—life imbalance has a direct impact on societal issues, such as delayed parenting, declining fertility rates, ageing populations, and decreasing labour supply. It is documented that work—life balance policies are beneficial for individuals, their...
Work time in the form of long hours or control over work scheduling (flexibility) dominates much of the debate, and organisational policies and interventions, around sustaining a healthy work—life relationship. In this study we challenge this assumption, and argue instead for the importance of...
This paper examines the question of optimal duration of maternity leave through the lens of Australian mothers' perceptions of satisfaction with their leave: specifically, whether and why they returned to work earlier than they would have liked. Analysis of The Parental Leave in Australia Survey...
Two studies were conducted to assess the extent to which organizations were engaging in HR practices targeting mature workers and the reasons why organizations may not be engaging in these practices. The participants included 284 mature workers (171 in career jobs and 113 in bridge jobs) and 426...
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