Work-Family Conflict Scale

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Work-Family Conflict Scale

he work-family conflict literature is a burgeoning field of research of interest to researchers, organizations, and clinicians. Historically work-family conflict was defined as the extent to which functioning in one domain (e.g., work)

negatively impacted the other. Subsequent research has established there are two directional components of work-family conflict that have different antecedents and consequences and can be conceptualized as separate but related constructs.
These are family-to-work conflict (FWC) (i.e. family engagement negatively impacting work) and work-to-family conflict (WFC) (i.e. work negatively impacting family). High levels of work-family conflict (in either or both directions) are associated with negative outcomes for individual employees, their families, and organizations in which they work. These findings have led to an increasing focus on the development of interventions, and the identification of policy and organizational factors (e.g., option to telecommute) that serve to reduce employees’ experience of work-family conflict.
Parents are at particular risk of work-family conflict with parents of young children reporting high levels of conflict that have the potential to negatively impact functioning across both work and family domains [7]. Clinical interventions for working parents now target work-family conflict as an outcome, however, no well-validated measures of work-family conflict for clinical use with parents exist. This paper outlines the development and validation of a specific measure of work-family conflict for use with parents.

Work-Family Conflict Scale (English)

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