Browsing by Author "Spector, Paul E."

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  • An international study of the psychometric properties of the Hofstede values survey module 1994: A comparison of individual and country/province level results

    Spector, Paul E.; Cooper, Cary L.; Sparks, Kate; Bernin, Peggy; Bussing, Andre; Dewe, Phil; Lu, Luo; Miller, Karen; De Moraes, Lucio Renault; O’Driscoll, Michael P.; Pagon, Milan; Pitariu, Horia; Poelmans, Steven A.Y.; Radhakrishnan, Phani; Russinova, Vesselina; Salamatov, Vladimir; Salgado, Jesus; Sanchez, Juan I.; Siu, Oi Ling; Stora, Jean Benjamin; Teichmann, Mare; Theorell, Tores; Vlerick, Peter; Westman, Mina; Widerszal-Bazyl, Maria; Wong, Paul; Yu, Shanfa (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2001)
    Hofstede's Values Survey Module has been the basis for much cross‐cultural and cross‐national research in the workplace, but little information about its psychometric properties has been available. This study provides ...
  • The link between national paid leave policy and work–family conflict among married working parents

    Allen, Tammy D.; Lapierre, Laurent M.; Spector, Paul E.; Poelmans, Steven A.Y.; O’Driscoll, Michael P.; Sanchez, Juan I.; Cooper, Cary L.; Walvoord, Ashley Gray; Antoniou, Alexandros-Stamatios; Brough, Paula; Geurts, Sabine; Kinnunen, Ulla; Pagon, Milan; Shima, Satoru; Woo, Jong-Min (Wiley, 2014-01)
    We investigated relationships between four dimensions of work–family conflict (time- and strain-based work interference with family, time- and strain-based family interference with work) and three key national paid leave ...
  • Sabbatical leave: Who gains and how much?

    Davidson, Oranit B.; Eden, Dov; Westman, Mina; Cohen-Charash, Y.; Hammer, Leslie B.; Kluger, Avraham N.; Krausz, Moshe; Maslach, Christina; O’Driscoll, Michael P.; Perrewe, Pamela L.; Quick, James Campbell; Rosenblatt, Zehava; Spector, Paul E. (American Psychological Association, 2010)
    A rigorous quasi-experiment tested the ameliorative effects of a sabbatical leave, a special case of respite from routine work. We hypothesized that (a) respite increases resource level and well-being and (b) individual ...