A daily diary study of work-life balance: Utilizing a daily process model

Haar, Jarrod and Roche, Maree and Ten Brummelhuis, Lieke (2011) A daily diary study of work-life balance: Utilizing a daily process model. In: Proceedings of the 25th ANZAM Conference: The Future of Work and Organisations. Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management.

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We extend the daily dairy wellbeing literature by unravelling daily work and family factors and their influence on employee wellbeing in a sample of managers and business owners. Four days diary data was collected from 113 respondents and analysed using multi-level statistical analysis. Daily family-work conflict positively influenced daily job burnout, while daily autonomy satisfaction reduced burnout. Daily family-work enrichment positively influenced daily work engagement, as did daily needs satisfaction (autonomy, competence, and relatedness) and daily perceived autonomous support. Furthermore, daily burnout reduced work-life balance and this was fully mediated by daily work-family conflict. In addition, daily engagement increased work-life balance and this was partially mediated by daily work-family enrichment. The implications for researching daily wellbeing of employees are discussed.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:Conference held 7-9 December, 2011, in Wellington, New Zealand
Keywords that describe the item:work life balance, engagement, meaningful work, organising as process
Subjects:H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
H Social Sciences > HF Commerce
Divisions:Schools > School of Business and Adminstration
ID Code:1644
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Deposited On:23 Jan 2012 01:37
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