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This dissertation served to deepen the theoretical and practical understanding of work life balance in the hospitality industry. Defined as “achieving satisfying experiences in all life domains to a level consistent with the salience of each role for the individual….[that] introduces the possibility of a hierarchy of roles; however… it does not demand that a hierarchy is neither necessary nor desirable for balance” (Reiter, 2007, p.277), the study examined work life balance from a situationist perspective whereby the perspective of the individual determines whether or not balance exists. Further, the relationship between work life balance and callings, employee engagement, organizational climate, personality, gender and parenthood was explored using hierarchical multiple regression.
Callings; Employee Engagement; Gender; Organizational Climate; Parenthood; Personality
Work, Economy and Organizations
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Cain, Lisa Nicole, "Examining the factors that impact work life balance for executive chefs" (2015). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 2468.
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