Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal
This article examines work to family conflict for Hispanic Business Professionals with varied levels of Hispanic identity. Based on this study of 971 Hispanics from across the United States, results show that level of Hispanic identity moderates the relationship between work to family conflict and job satisfaction. The authors posit that identification with a culture of collectivism may attenuate the negative impact of work to family conflict on job satisfaction, enabling Hispanic professionals to view work as a way of supporting the family and contributing to the greater good of the groups to which they belong.
DelCampo, Robert Gregory; Rogers, Kristie M.; and Hinrichs, Andrew T., "The Interface of Work to Family Conflict and Racioethnic Identification: An Analysis of Hispanic Business Professionals" (2011). Management Faculty Research and Publications. 297.