Family-supportive supervisor behaviours and family cohesion: the roles of job crafting and passion for work
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Purpose Drawing on social support theory, this study empirically investigates the relationship between family-supportive supervisor behaviours (FSSBs) and the family cohesion of employees in the presence of job crafting as a mediator and passion for work as a moderator. Design/methodology/approach This study uses a structural equation modelling technique on three-wave, time-lagged primary data ( N = 305) collected from employees of service sector firms in Pakistan. Findings The results reveal that FSSBs enhance the family cohesion of employees through the underlying mechanism of job crafting. Using passion for work as a moderator, the conditional analysis shows that the link between FSSBs and job crafting becomes stronger in the presence of high passion for work. Originality/value This study extends the literature on the link between FSSBs and job crafting and provides insightful theoretical contributions. This study advances social support theory by providing support for and detailing practical implications of promoting FSSBs, thus enhancing the understanding of the positive impact of job crafting behaviours across non-work spheres.
Family-supportive supervisor behaviours (FSSBs), Job crafting, Passion for work, Family cohesion, Social support theory
Saleem, Maryam; Ahmed, Balqees; Zhang, Yi; and Baqrain, Abdelrahman, "Family-supportive supervisor behaviours and family cohesion: the roles of job crafting and passion for work" (2023). All Works. 5891.
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