Supervisor telepressure and work-family conflict: the moderating role of meaningful work
Workplace telepressure, the preoccupation and urge to respond to incoming work-related messages, is an emerging construct in the organizational science literature. Relatively few studies have examined antecedents and outcomes of telepressure, in addition to conditions under which experiences of telepressure may be intensified. Using a cross-sectional sample, the present study evaluates supervisor experiences of telepressure, drawing on Kahn and Byosiere's (1992) elaboration of the Institute for Social Research (ISR) model of occupational stress. Specifically, telepressure is tested as a mediator ...
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Stevens, Shalyn C.
Crain, Tori L.
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