When the boss is blue: Examining the effects of supervisors’ negative emotions on subordinates’ work engagement and family undermining
The role of emotions remains a critical gap in the work–family literature as existing studies have typically focused on the intrapersonal consequences (e.g., distress and strain) in reaction to work–family conflict. Building on this gap, the current research investigated the interpersonal effects of supervisor negative emotions on subordinate work and family outcomes. Drawing on emotions as social information theory, role theory, and the human agentic...[Show more]
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