Xi Wen (Carys) Chan
Xi Wen (Carys) Chan
School of Applied Psychology, Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, Griffith University
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Work–family enrichment and satisfaction: The mediating role of self-efficacy and work–life balance
XW Chan, T Kalliath, P Brough, OL Siu, MP O’Driscoll, C Timms
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (15), 1755-1776, 2016
972016
Self-efficacy and work engagement: Test of a chain model
XW Chan, T Kalliath, P Brough, M O'Driscoll, OL Siu, C Timms
International Journal of Manpower 38 (6), 819-834, 2017
312017
Linking work–family enrichment to job satisfaction through job well-being and family support: A moderated mediation analysis of social workers across India
P Kalliath, T Kalliath, XW Chan, C Chan
The British Journal of Social Work 49 (1), 234-255, 2019
172019
Contemporary knowledge workers and the boundaryless work–life interface: Implications for the human resource management of the knowledge workforce
JC Field, XW Chan
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2414, 2018
92018
Associations Between Work-Family Balance, Parenting Stress, and Marital Conflicts During COVID-19 Pandemic in Singapore
G Chung, XW Chan, P Lanier, P Wong
OSF Preprints, 2020
62020
How does family support facilitate job satisfaction? Investigating the chain mediating effects of work–family enrichment and job-related well-being
XW Chan, P Kalliath, C Chan, T Kalliath
Stress and Health 36 (1), 97-104, 2020
52020
Work–life balance: Definitions, causes, and consequences
P Brough, C Timms, XW Chan, A Hawkes, L Rasmussen
Handbook of Socioeconomic Determinants of Occupational Health: From Macro …, 2020
42020
Enhancing job satisfaction through work–family enrichment and perceived supervisor support: the case of Australian social workers
P Kalliath, T Kalliath, XW Chan, C Chan
Personnel Review 49 (9), 2055-2072, 2020
32020
Employees’ psychological health and the impact of flexible working arrangements
C Timms, P Brough, XW Chan
Flexible Work: Designing Our Healthier Future Lives, 2020
3*2020
The mediating effects of work-life balance self-efficacy on the relationships between work-family conflict and job satisfaction: A longitudinal study
XW Chan
The Australian National University, 2013
12013
Finding humor in work-life conflict: Distinguishing the effects of individual and co-worker humor
D Cheng, XW Chan, RK Amarnani, F Farivah
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2021
2021
Work-Life Conflict in China: A Confucian Cultural Perspective
S Shang, XW Chan, X Liu
Work-Life Interface: Non-Western Perspective, 2021
2021
Extending work–life balance initiatives
XW Chan, S Tay
Handbook on Management and Employment Practices, 2021
2021
Keeping Work and Family Separate: A Serial Mediation Analysis of Social Workers’ Work–Family Segmentation, Work–Family Enrichment and Job Performance in Australia
P Kalliath, XW Chan, T Kalliath
The British Journal of Social Work, 2020
2020
Managing intense work demands: how child protection workers navigate their professional and personal lives
XW Chan, SX Fan, D Snell
Community, Work & Family, 2020
2020
When the boss is blue: examining the effects of supervisors’ negative emotions on subordinates’ cognitive work engagement and family undermining
XW Chan, T Kalliath, D Cheng
Personnel Review, 2020
2020
Organizational Political Ideology, Host Country Institutions, and Impact on Employee Outcomes
DYL Chow, XW Chan, E Micelotta
Non-market Strategies in International Business: How MNEs Capture Value …, 2020
2020
When the boss is blue: Examining the effects of supervisors’ negative emotions on subordinates’ work engagement and family undermining
XW Chan
The Australian National University, 2018
2018
Work–family enrichment and job satisfaction of Indian social workers
XW Chan, T Kalliath, P Kalliath, C Chan
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 2017
2017
Family-to-work conflict and patient mistreatment victimization
XW Chan, JAL Lajom
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 2017
2017
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