The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Home and Family Life for Female Managers in Health Care Food Service
Description: This research study evaluated the impact specific work-related factors have on home and family life for female managers in the health care food service industry. A random sample of 333 (33%) of the population was chosen to participate in this study. Each participant was a member of the American Dietetic Association's Management in Health Care Systems dietetic practice group. The work aspects with the most negative impact were number of hours worked per week, work schedule, and job security. Two variables found to significantly predict the overall impact of work on home and family life were number of hours worked per week (p-value .002) and annual gross income (p-value .002).
Date: August 1996
Creator: Odera, Vivian
Partner: UNT Libraries