Causes and Consequences of the Utilization of Work-Life Policies by Professionals: Unconditional Supervisor Support Required

A. Peper, J.S.E. Dikkers, M.L. van Engen, C.J. Vinkenburg

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Abstract

The European workplace has changed. Employees increasingly ask for organizational policies that allow them to combine their work and their private lives (Lewis et al., 2009). In the Netherlands it is estimated that no less than 40% of employees face troubles in combining their work and private lives (Geurts et al., 2003), which brings high costs, both for individuals and for organizations (Allen et al., 2000). © 2011 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCreating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of professionals
EditorsS. Kaiser, M. Ringlstetter, M. Pina e Cunha, D.R. Eikhof
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherSpringer
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Employees
Supervisor support
Work place
The Netherlands
Costs
Organizational policy

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Peper, A., Dikkers, J. S. E., van Engen, M. L., & Vinkenburg, C. J. (2011). Causes and Consequences of the Utilization of Work-Life Policies by Professionals: Unconditional Supervisor Support Required. In S. Kaiser, M. Ringlstetter, M. Pina e Cunha, & D. R. Eikhof (Eds.), Creating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of professionals Berlin: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-16199-5_13
Peper, A. ; Dikkers, J.S.E. ; van Engen, M.L. ; Vinkenburg, C.J. / Causes and Consequences of the Utilization of Work-Life Policies by Professionals: Unconditional Supervisor Support Required. Creating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of professionals. editor / S. Kaiser ; M. Ringlstetter ; M. Pina e Cunha ; D.R. Eikhof. Berlin : Springer, 2011.
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Peper, A, Dikkers, JSE, van Engen, ML & Vinkenburg, CJ 2011, Causes and Consequences of the Utilization of Work-Life Policies by Professionals: Unconditional Supervisor Support Required. in S Kaiser, M Ringlstetter, M Pina e Cunha & DR Eikhof (eds), Creating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of professionals. Springer, Berlin. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-16199-5_13

Causes and Consequences of the Utilization of Work-Life Policies by Professionals: Unconditional Supervisor Support Required. / Peper, A.; Dikkers, J.S.E.; van Engen, M.L.; Vinkenburg, C.J.

Creating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of professionals. ed. / S. Kaiser; M. Ringlstetter; M. Pina e Cunha; D.R. Eikhof. Berlin : Springer, 2011.

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Peper A, Dikkers JSE, van Engen ML, Vinkenburg CJ. Causes and Consequences of the Utilization of Work-Life Policies by Professionals: Unconditional Supervisor Support Required. In Kaiser S, Ringlstetter M, Pina e Cunha M, Eikhof DR, editors, Creating balance? International perspectives on the work-life integration of professionals. Berlin: Springer. 2011 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-16199-5_13