Posts tagged work-life 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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Understanding gender inequality and the role of the work/family interface in contemporary academia: an introductio

This double special issue gathers a series of nuanced critically conceptual and case-study research showing that in the contemporary European context, despite regional differences in gender regimes, political and economic demands and organizational cultures, work/life balance policies and their translation into practice remains a highly ambiguous issue.

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Eight days a week": a national snapshot of academic mothers' realities in Canadian psychology departments

Contemporary research on women in academia suggests that faculty women who become mothers often find themselves in disadvantaged positions compared with academic fathers and their nonparenting male and female counterparts. Limited empirical attention has been directed toward understanding the barriers reported by women faculty, particularly those within Canadian academic settings.

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