Wellbeing and the community, work & family interface. By: den Dulk, Laura; Swanberg, Jennifer. Community, Work & Family. Apr2021, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p115-119. 5p.

There has been a substantial growth in academic interest in how the wellbeing of people is affected by community, work and family and their intersections. The special issue opens with an examination of how “front-line” workers exposed to a range of intense work demands navigate their daily work and non-work lives. Working longer hours increased work-family guilt among couples with more egalitarian beliefs but working longer was not related to work-family guilt in parents with more traditional gender role beliefs. [Extracted from the article]