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Title: Negative work-family/family-work spillover and well-being across Europe in the hospitality industry: The role of perceived supervisor support
Authors: García-Cabrera, Antonia M. 
Lucia-Casademunt, Ana M.
Cuéllar-Molina, Deybbi 
Padilla-Angulo, Laura
UNESCO Clasification: 5311 Organización y dirección de empresas
Keywords: Family Conflict
Hotel Employees
Job-Satisfaction
Social Support
Role Stressors, et al
Issue Date: 2018
Journal: Tourism Management Perspectives 
Abstract: Employees in the tourism sector must juggle work-family responsibilities with possible negative implications for their well-being (Erden, & Bayazit, 2017). Although the tourism literature highlights that general work-family conflict (or spillover) negatively affects well-being, there is scant literature distinguishing between the impact of negative work-family and family-work spillover on employee well-being. There is also scant literature on these two types of conflict differentiated both by gender and work status or on the moderating role of perceived supervisor support. To fill this gap in the literature, we analysed 1494 participants from the European Working Conditions Survey (6th EWCS-2015). We found a significant impact of perceived supervisor support on employees' job well-being and provide empirical evidence of differences in the impact of work-family spillover, the role of perceived supervisor support and its moderating role on employee job well-being. These differences mainly respond to (i) work status, (ii) conflict direction and (iii) gender.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/41483
ISSN: 2211-9736
DOI: 10.1016/j.tmp.2018.01.006
Source: Tourism Management Perspectives[ISSN 2211-9736],v. 26, p. 39-48
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