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Lavoro da remoto e work-life balance: gestire le interruzioni. La bibliografia

Pubblichiamo di seguito la bibliografia completa dell’articolo Lavoro da remoto e work-life balance: gestire le interruzioni, scritto da Ferdinando Paolo Santarpia, Giulia Colantonio, Pietro Menatta, Laura Borgogni e Chiara Consiglio, sul numero di maggio-giugno 2020 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.

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Matthews R. A., Winkel D. E.,Wayne J. H. (2014), “A longitudinal examination of role overload and work-family conflict: the mediating role of interdomain transitions”, Journal of organizational behavior, 35 (1), 72-91.

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L’articolo integrale è pubblicato sul numero di maggio-giugno 2020 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.
Per informazioni sull’acquisto di copie e abbonamenti scrivi a daniela.bobbiese@este.it (tel. 02.91434400)

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