Posts tagged work-family balance
Mediating effect of job satisfaction on the relationship between work-life balance and job performance among academics

This paper highlights the data screening for the research on mediating effect of job satisfaction on the relationship between work-life balance and job performance among full-time academics. It had 354 samples from the public universities located in Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT).

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Flexibility, sacrifice and insecurity: a Canadian study assessing the challenges of balancing work and family in academia

Semi-structured interviews (N= 21) were conducted with faculty working at a small liberal arts campus in Western Canada during the summer of 2015. The research explored faculty's perceptions of balance between their roles as academics and as parents, as well as similarities and differences between men's and women's experiences.

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Policies that make a difference: bridging the gender equity and work-family gap in academia

Purpose - This paper aims to highlight interventions that promote female (and male) faculty's ability to balance work-family issues at a specific academic institution, in response to a demand in the literature that examines the intersection between research and implementation of organizational policies within a university setting.

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