Presenter Information

Dorothy B. Johnson

Department

Psychology

Degree

Graduate

Abstract

Organizations have been implementing family-friendly benefits to help with the increasing demand of dependent care responsibilities. These benefits have been underutilized (Allen, 2009). One reason is due to the lack of supervisor support. Researchers have identified the underlying behaviors of a family supportive supervisor and has termed them family supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB).

This study examined the processes underlying how family supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB) influence positive job and health related outcomes, specifically affective commitment, job satisfaction, and subjective well-being

Presentation format

Poster

Expected Graduation Date

2014

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Effects of Family Supportive Supervisor Behaviors (FSSB) on Work and Health Related Outcomes

Organizations have been implementing family-friendly benefits to help with the increasing demand of dependent care responsibilities. These benefits have been underutilized (Allen, 2009). One reason is due to the lack of supervisor support. Researchers have identified the underlying behaviors of a family supportive supervisor and has termed them family supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB).

This study examined the processes underlying how family supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB) influence positive job and health related outcomes, specifically affective commitment, job satisfaction, and subjective well-being