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Workplace conflict and employee well-being : The moderating role of detachment from work during off-job time

Workplace conflict and employee well-being : The moderating role of detachment from work during off-job time

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SONNENTAG, Sabine, Dana UNGER, Inga J. NÄGEL, 2013. Workplace conflict and employee well-being : The moderating role of detachment from work during off-job time. In: International Journal of Conflict Management. 24(2), pp. 166-183. ISSN 1044-4068. eISSN 1758-8545. Available under: doi: 10.1108/10444061311316780

@article{Sonnentag2013Workp-25176, title={Workplace conflict and employee well-being : The moderating role of detachment from work during off-job time}, year={2013}, doi={10.1108/10444061311316780}, number={2}, volume={24}, issn={1044-4068}, journal={International Journal of Conflict Management}, pages={166--183}, author={Sonnentag, Sabine and Unger, Dana and Nägel, Inga J.} }

International Journal of Conflict Management ; 24 (2013), 2. - S. 166-183 Purpose – The purpose of this study is to address the relation between task and relationship conflicts at work and employee well-being. It seeks to examine psychological detachment from work during off-job time as a moderator in the relation between conflicts and well-being. Design/methodology/approach – In a field study, 291 white-collar employees completed survey measures of task conflicts, relationship conflicts, psychological detachment from work during off-job time, and well-being. Control variables included workload and job control.<br />Findings – Hierarchical regression analyses indicated that employees experiencing high levels of task conflicts and high levels of relationship conflicts report poorer well-being. As predicted, psychological detachment from work mitigated the negative relation between relationship conflicts and well-being. Contrary to expectations, psychological detachment failed to moderate the relation between task conflicts and well-being.<br />Practical implications – The study suggests that employees should be encouraged to disengage mentally from work during leisure time.<br />Originality/value – This study links research on workplace conflicts with research on recovery processes. It tests the moderator effect of psychological detachment from work on the association between workplace conflicts and well-being. Sonnentag, Sabine Nägel, Inga J. Workplace conflict and employee well-being : The moderating role of detachment from work during off-job time Unger, Dana Nägel, Inga J. deposit-license 2013-11-22T10:53:15Z Unger, Dana eng Sonnentag, Sabine 2013 2013-11-22T10:53:15Z

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