Xi Wen (Carys) Chan
Xi Wen (Carys) Chan
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Employees’ psychological health and the impact of flexible working arrangements
C Timms, P Brough, XW Chan
Flexible Work: Designing Our Healthier Future Lives, 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
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 50 (2), 575-595, 2021
Cross-border M&As: Theorizing the negative effect of political ideology mismatch with host country labor institutional context on employee outcomes
DYL Chow, XW Chan, E Micelotta
Journal of Business Research 128, 164-173, 2021
Finding humor in work–life conflict: Distinguishing the effects of individual and co-worker humor
D Cheng, XW Chan, R Amarnani, F Farivar
Journal of Vocational Behavior 125, 103538, 2021
Managing intense work demands: how child protection workers navigate their professional and personal lives
XW Chan, SX Fan, D Snell
Community, Work & Family 24 (2), 208-225, 2021
Work-Life Conflict in China: A Confucian Cultural Perspective
S Shang, XW Chan, X Liu
Work-Life Interface: Non-Western Perspective, 249-284, 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 52 (1), 236-255, 2022
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
‘#MeToo’ for work-life balance
P Brough, G Kinman, A McDowall, XW Chan
Work-Life Balance Bulletin: A DOP Publication 5 (1), 4-8, 2021
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
The Scope and Nature of Employee Engagement in China
XW Chan, C Ma, S Shang, X Liu
HRM in the Global South: A Critical Perspective, 191-215, 2022
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