Multi-National Work-Family Research Project
(Project 3535)

Pilot Study  

Greater work overload was correlated with both higher WIF conflict, r (15) = .59, p<.01, and higher WIFGt, r (15) = .73, p < .001. Likewise, greater family overload was associated with higher FIW conflict, r (15) = .51, p < .04, and with higher WIFG, r (15) = .61, p < .01, and higher FIWG, r (15) = .51, p < .04.  WIF conflict and WIFG were positively correlated, r (15) = .81, p < .001.  FIW conflict was positively related to both WIFG, r (15) = .54, p < .03, and FIWG, r (15) = .79, p < .001.

Survey  

Key findings from Canada.  We found that: