because work to life conflict is a type of interrole or identity conflict we

Because work to life conflict is a type of interrole

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• because work-to-life conflict is a type of interrole, or identity conflict, we can assume that the role conflict results in negative consequences similar to job stress • OHS can be perceived as threatening force in terms of a worker’s physical and emotional well-being and thus create intention to use OHS further H11: OHS users experiencing a higher level of work-to-life conflict feel a stronger level of job stress H12: OHS users experiencing a higher level of work-to-life conflict feel a stronger intention to resist work-related OHS 3.6 CONTROL VARIABLE: SEGMENTATION PREFERENCE • individuals vary in preference for segmenting or integrating aspects of work and family • preference difference should be controlled for OHS user preferences for higher segmentation will positively influence work-to-life conflict 4. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 4.1 INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT • measures used in previous studies were slightly modified to fit our unique research & translated into Korean from English • all variables were measured with five-point Likert scale 4.2 DATA COLLECTION • sample frame: panels in total about 300 smartphone users that responded qualitatively expectation: sample to demonstrate pattern similar to population of Korean smartphone users time frame: nine days (October 14-22, 2010) 5. DATA ANALYSIS & RESULTS H1: significant & positive work overload leads to work-to-life conflict H2: insignificant no relationship work overload & job stress H3: significant & positive work overload leads to user resistance H4: significant & positive flexibility increases workload H5: insignificant flexibility does not influence W-T-L C directly H6 & H7: not tested as autonomy was merged into flexibility after factor analysis H8: significant & negative productivity impacts work overload negatively H9: insignificant no direct impact of productivity on W-T-L C H10: significant segmentation decreases W-T-L C H11 & H12: W-T-L C creates job stress & user resistance Control variable: insignificant
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Zoe Zwiebelmann Maastricht University IM Session 3 reasons for why only 7% of workload variance explained by model (R2) : 1) work overload might have been affected by other factors 2) mainly prays role as antecedent of work-to-life conflict and user resistance rather than an endogenous variable 6. DISCUSSION & IMPLICATIONS 6.1 DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS
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