This chapter presents a review of the literature that examines the role of affect in the work-family interface. First, we review research on affective processes underlying work-family spillover and crossover effects. Second, we review research on domain-specific (e.g., work-related and family-related) and global affective outcomes of different kinds of work-family interface, including conflict, enrichment, and balance. Finally, we propose directions for future research linking affect and the work-family interface, with a particular focus on the role of culture in this field.

Affective processes in the work-family interface: global considerations

Ilies, Remus
2018-01-01

Abstract

This chapter presents a review of the literature that examines the role of affect in the work-family interface. First, we review research on affective processes underlying work-family spillover and crossover effects. Second, we review research on domain-specific (e.g., work-related and family-related) and global affective outcomes of different kinds of work-family interface, including conflict, enrichment, and balance. Finally, we propose directions for future research linking affect and the work-family interface, with a particular focus on the role of culture in this field.
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Shockley, Kristen M.; Shen, Winny; Johnson, Ryan C.
The Cambridge handbook of the global work–family interface
Li, Xinxin; Ilies, Remus
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