About the special issue
This special issue presents research findings that spell out the work–family or work–personal life challenges employees are facing today, consequences of these challenges, and potentially useful strategies for recovery.
The seven articles included in this issue present data from six countries and involve a diverse range of occupations (e.g., business travelers, flight attendants, police officers, health care workers, and financial consultants).
Articles in this issue
Work and Personal Life Integration
Burke, Ronald J.
Work–Home Interference, Job Stressors, and Employee Health in a Longitudinal Perspective
Peeters, Maria C. W.; de Jonge, Jan; Janssen, Peter P. M.; van der Linden, Sjaak
Relations Among Work–Home Culture, the Utilization of Work–Home Arrangements, and Work–Home Interference
Dikkers, Josje; Geurts, Sabine; den Dulk, Laura; Peper, Bram; Kompier, Michiel
Exploring Work and Family Distractions: Antecedents and Outcomes
Cardenas, Rebekah A.; Major, Debra A.; Bernas, Karyn H.
Flight Attendants' Daily Recovery From Work: Is There No Place Like Home?
Sonnentag, Sabine; Natter, Eva
Work–Family Conflict and Job Withdrawal Intentions: The Moderating Effect of Cultural Differences
Wang, Peng; Lawler, John J.; Walumbwa, Fred O.; Shi, Kan
The Work–Family Interface and Burnout
Westman, Mina; Etzion, Dalia; Gortler, Efrat
Work–Family Concerns of Norwegian Police Officers: Antecedents and Consequences
Mikkelsen, Aslaug; Burke, Ronald J.