Work-life balance: a longitudinal evaluation of a new measure across Australia and New Zealand workers
The work-life balance literature has recently identified the need for construct refinement. In response to these discussions, this research describes the development and validation of a concise measure of work-life balance, based on individuals' subjective perceptions of balance between their work and other aspects of their lives. The structure, reliability and validity of this unidimensional, four-item measure was confirmed in four independent heterogeneous samples of workers employed in...[Show more]
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