The Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Late-Career Workers' Intentions to Continue Paid Employment: A Social Cognitive Career Theory Approach
Drawing from the social cognitive career theory, we examined the relationship between work–family conflict (WFC) and late-career workers’ intentions to continue paid employment. We test the mediating roles of self-efficacy, outcome expectations, and p
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