Employee nonwork support-marshaling: scale development and validation
Supervisor support for employees' nonwork lives positively impacts a variety of outcomes for both employees and organizations. Despite growing evidence for the importance of family-supportive supervisors, the current literature fails to fully capture the supervisor-employee support process by neglecting the role of the employee. To begin addressing this gap, the current study aimed to develop and validate a self-report scale to measure the behaviors that employees perform in order to manage the support they receive from supervisors for nonwork issues. Specifically, the scale draws on support-marshaling ...
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