By: Allyson McElwain MacDonald, Karen Korabik and Donna Lero
This research is part of a large international initiative called the Multinational Work-Family Research Project (also known as Project 3535), a collaborative effort spanning nine different countries. Project 3535 partners engaged in a cross-cultural examination of workplace and government policies designed to help policy makers and corporate executives understand the need to find culturally appropriate ways to diminish the harmful effects of high levels of work-family conflict.
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