Consequences of mandatory overtime work for work-family conflict and work stress, controlling for pay status and schedule

Work family conflict coef. Work family conflict coef. Work stress conflict coef. Work stress conflict coef.
Pay status
Salaried (ref.)
Hourly -0.0661 -0.100** -0.0827* -0.0829*
Other 0.108* 0.0072 -0.168** -0.203***
Mandatory OT (mustwork) 0.265*** 0.242*** 0.115** 0.111**
Work schedule
Day shift (ref.)
Afternoon shift 0.223** 0.0453
Night shift 0.318*** 0.0156
Irregular/on-call 0.418*** 0.130*
Rotating shift 0.315*** 0.0414
Split shift 0.408*** 0.00612
Observations (full sample) 3,762 3,757 3,761 3,756
R-squared 0.129 0.151 0.082 0.083

Note: Asterisks denote tested significant at ***p<.001, **p<.01, *p<.05. All models were controlled for income, working hours, education, survey year, age, age squared, race, marital status, presence of a preschool-age child, and years on the job.

Source: General Social Survey Quality of Worklife Supplement (NIOSH), pooled years 2002, 2006, and 2010

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