Work Family Conflict

Üzümcüoğlu, Yeşim
Bilgiç, Reyhan


Work and Family Domains and Depression: Protective Value of Role Salience
Arslan, Selen; Bilgiç, Reyhan (2017-07-11)
Work motivation and related demographic factors in unemployed patients with schizophrenia
Incedere, Aysel; Yıldız, Mustafa; Kaytaz, Beyza Nur; Abut, Fatma Betül; SARANDÖL, ASLI; Kurt, Aydin; Aydin, Azize Ozgul; Tuna Orum, Guzide; Ersan, Etem Erdal (2020-02-01)
Objective: Working rate in patients with schizophrenia is considerably low. Nonetheless, unemployed patients might have desire to work and look for a job. Identifying the reasons underlying the patients' work motivation and related factors can be instructive for the vocational rehabilitation services. The purpose of this study was to determine the reasons for work motivation and to identify the predictors of motivation in unemployed patients with schizophrenia. Methods: Sociodemographic and working life inf...
Work related beliefs and perceived outcomes from participation: a research in Turkish industrial firms.
Aşcıgil, Semra Feriha; Özcan, Ziya; Department of Sociology (1992)
Work Discipline Compound Personality Scale development for predicting task performance
Gültaş, Mehmet; Toker, Yonca (null; 2015-07-10)
Workload, safety climate, and negative affectivity as the presumed moderators of the risk perception-organizational outcomes relationships
Geçer, Canan; Sümer, Hayriye Canan; Toker, Yonca; Department of Psychology (2014)
The main purpose of the present study was to examine the moderating role of workload, safety climate and negative affectivity in risk perception’s relationship with safety performance of employees, burnout, and job satisfaction in a high-risk work context. It was first expected that risk perception would be positively related to safety performance and then, in line with the moderation hypotheses, it was expected that high levels of workload would negatively affect (i.e., weaken) the relationships between ri...
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Y. Üzümcüoğlu and R. Bilgiç, “Work Family Conflict,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: