The Spillover of Daily Job Satisfaction onto Employees’ Family Lives: The Facilitating Role of Work-Family Integration
The longitudinal, multisource, multimethod study presented herein examines the role of employees' work-family integration in the spillover of daily job satisfaction onto daily marital satisfaction and affective states experienced by employees at home. The spillover linkages are modeled at the within-individual level, and results support the main effects of daily job satisfaction on daily marital satisfaction and affect at home, as well as the moderating effect of work-family integration on the strength of the within-individual spillover effects on home affect. That is, employees with highly integrated work and family roles exhibited stronger intraindividual spillover effects on positive and negative affect at home.
Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Academy of Management Journal
Academy of Management
Ilies, Remus; Wilson, Kelly S.; and WAGNER, David Turley.
The Spillover of Daily Job Satisfaction onto Employees’ Family Lives: The Facilitating Role of Work-Family Integration. (2009). Academy of Management Journal. 52, (1), 87-102. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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