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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Retail Change: Effects on Employees' Job Demands and Home Life
Authors: Broadbridge, Adelina
Swanson, Vivien
Taylor, Christina
Contact Email: a.m.broadbridge@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: Stress
Job Satisfaction
Work Demands
Work-HOME Interface
Spillover
Issue Date: Oct-2000
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: Broadbridge A, Swanson V & Taylor C (2000) Retail Change: Effects on Employees' Job Demands and Home Life, International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 10 (4), pp. 417-432.
Abstract: Causes and effects of occupational stress have received research attention for several decades, with increasing focus during the 1990s as organizations and individual workers attempt to adapt to economic change. Stress arising from either the work or home domain can have a variety of outcomes in the workplace, and similarly can impact in many ways on relationships and activities at home. This paper reports the first phase of a research study to identify the impact on work and home life of changes in retailing, a sector of the economy which has experienced significant change over the past few years. A qualitative methodology was adopted, using group discussions to allow staff to identify the specific changes in retailing most important for themselves, and then to explore how these changes related to satisfactions and dissatisfactions at work, and their impact on general aspects of home life. The results suggest that the 'spillover' relationship between work and home stress seems to be the most useful in describing the impact of change. This suggests that additional role demands at work brought about by change have an impact on relationships and social life outside work. However, some individuals described instances of 'compensation' between work and home, and independence between the two domains. This suggests that the issue of stress in the home/work interface is complex, and that the demands in each domain may be positively or negatively related depending on characteristics of the demands themselves, or may vary according to individual characteristics of the people in the study.
Type: Journal Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/17817
DOI Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09593960050138967
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Affiliation: Management Work and Organisation
Psychology
Management Work and Organisation

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