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By Cornelia U. Reindl, Stephan Kaiser, Martin L. Stolz (auth.), Stephan Kaiser, Max Josef Ringlstetter, Doris Ruth Eikhof, Miguel Pina e Cunha (eds.)

A passable and fit integration of labor with different lifestyles domain names is without doubt one of the key demanding situations of recent society. Work-life stability and work-life integration became focal issues of today’s human source administration perform and idea. pros who've been defined as “extreme employees” relating to their paintings hours and engagement are less than specific strain to stability paintings and ”the remainder of life”.

This assortment maps the more and more huge dialogue of work-life matters for pros and discusses key points extensive. what's work-life integration? What are the categorical demanding situations for pros? How do they deal with their blurred work-life limitations? How can businesses intrude? the world over prime authors speak about antecedents and person and organizational results of work-life integration, gender-specific views and demanding situations in addition to the use and value of company work-life stability projects. In 5 sections exotic researchers from the world over current studies and examine findings to supply a compendium of educational and utilized learn at the work-life integration of pros. state-of-the-art study and novel theoretical views make this assortment a resource of data and idea for educational and company audiences drawn to work-life integration matters generally and relating to pros in particular.

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Festschrift für Helmut Kasper zum 60. Geburtstag, Linde, Wien, pp 103–121 Milliken FJ, Dunn-Jensen LM (2005) The changing time demands of managerial and professional work. Implications for managing the work–life boundary. In Kossek EE, Lambert SJ (eds) Work and life integration. Organizational, cultural, and individual perspectives. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ, pp 43–59 Moore F (2007) Work–life balance: contrasting managers and workers in an MNC. Empl Relat 29(4):385–399 Morrow PC, Wirth RE (1989) Work commitment among salaried professionals.

Accordingly there can be no overall implications for the group of professional workers as a whole. We would like to encourage further research to delve deeper into work–life research among workers with extreme jobs and to investigate similarities and disparities among professions. References Ahuja MK, McKnight DH, Chudoba KM, George JF, Kacmar CJ (2007) IT road warriors: balancing work–family conflict, job autonomy, and work overload to mitigate turnover intentions. MIS Q 31(1):1–17 Allen TD (2001) Family-supportive work environments.

We would like to encourage further research to delve deeper into work–life research among workers with extreme jobs and to investigate similarities and disparities among professions. References Ahuja MK, McKnight DH, Chudoba KM, George JF, Kacmar CJ (2007) IT road warriors: balancing work–family conflict, job autonomy, and work overload to mitigate turnover intentions. MIS Q 31(1):1–17 Allen TD (2001) Family-supportive work environments. The role of organizational perceptions. J Vocat Behav 58(3):414–435 Allen TD, Herst D, Bruck CS, Sutton M (2000) Consequences associated with work-tofamily conflict: a review and agenda for future research.

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