Bidirectional Work Family Conflict of Expatriates: Framework of Antecedents and Moderators
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Keywords

Expatriation
Work Family Issues
Conservation of Resources Theory
Personality
Cultural Distance
Person Environment Fit

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Sarwar, F., & Zeeshan, T. (2019). Bidirectional Work Family Conflict of Expatriates: Framework of Antecedents and Moderators. Journal of Research in Psychology, 1(1), 1-5. Retrieved from http://readersinsight.net/jrp/article/view/518

Abstract

Expatriates work family conflict is one of the least explored areas in expatriate research literature. Applying the conservation of resource model, the current study presents a theoretical framework to understand as to how expatriates’ work and non work related challenges like person group fit, person supervisor fit, cultural novelty and spousal adjustment relate to their work family conflict. The study also postulates the possibility of expatriate personality moderating the relationship between work and family domain challenges and the work family conflict. 

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