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Work-Family Conflict, Policies, and the Job-Life Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research. Kossek & Ozeki, JAP, 1998 Presented by: Matthew D. Tuttle. Introduction of Topic. Good explanation of why study should be conducted

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Kossek ozeki jap 1998 presented by matthew d tuttle

Work-Family Conflict, Policies, and the Job-Life Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research

Kossek & Ozeki, JAP, 1998

Presented by: Matthew D. Tuttle


Introduction of topic
Introduction of Topic Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research

  • Good explanation of why study should be conducted

    • Acknowledge existing relationship; results scattered

    • Goals of MA are clear

  • Interesting presentation of multiple viewpoints

    • Role conflict (WFC) and HR Policy


  • Review of past research
    Review of Past Research Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research

    • 3 competing theories of work-family conflict

      • Helps frame current MA

      • Not tested as a moderator

  • Role conflict literature mostly W-->F Conflict

  • HR policy literature mostly F-->W Conflict

  • Authors address gaps in both literatures


  • Inclusion criteria
    Inclusion Criteria Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research

    • List of criteria is very specific

      • Used studies dating back to 60’s- outdated?

      • Used only published data in academic journals

        • Results may be inflated

        • No file drawer analysis conducted

      • Used H&S to cumulate results within studies

        • Reduced number of correlations; no thorough explanation

      • No Inter-Rater Reliability estimates


    Analyses
    Analyses Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research

    • Used H&S

      • Corrected for sampling and measurement error for each individual study

      • Analyzed weighted and unweighted effect sizes

      • Many of the subgroup analyses were based on <30 studies

      • No credibility intervals reported

      • No type I error control for moderators


    Results
    Results Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research

    • Results summarized well

      • Corrected correlations ranged from -.18 to -.37 for job satisfaction and -.25 to -.42 for life satisfaction

    • Report that bidirectional work-family measures may be best predictor of job sat.

      • Probably due to sampling error

      • If not, capitalizing on variance accounted for?


    Discussion
    Discussion Satisfaction Relationship: A Review and Directions for Organizational Behavior-Human Resources Research

    • Excellent summary of findings and what they mean for policy makers

    • Call for future research on work-family conflict as a mediator between HR policies and satisfaction

    • Call for future studies to have more heterogeneous samples and more homogeneous measures