The Differential Role of Job Demands in Relation to Nonwork Domain Outcomes Based on The Challenge-Hindrance Framework
Taylor & Francis
Work & Stress
The purpose of this study was to meta-analytically test a novel theoretical model examining a dual stressor and dual process model relating demands in the work domain to outcomes in the nonwork domain. The foundation for this model rested upon the challenge-hindrance framework and the role depletion and role enhancement perspectives derived from role theory as applied to the work-nonwork interface. The results show mixed support for the proposed model. In line with the challenge-hindrance framework the effects of challenge stressors were less detrimental than hindrance stressors. However, contrary to what has been reported for work domain outcomes, the net effect of both challenges and hindrances on nonwork domain outcomes was negative. Theoretical and practical implications of these findings are discussed.
Webster, Jennica R. and Adams, Gary A., "The Differential Role of Job Demands in Relation to Nonwork Domain Outcomes Based on The Challenge-Hindrance Framework" (2020). Management Faculty Research and Publications. 344.
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Accepted version. Work & Stress, Vol. 34, No.1 (2020): 5-33. DOI. © 2020 Taylor & Francis (Routledge). Used with permission.