Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction

Abendroth A, Den Dulk L (2011)
Work, employment and society 25(2): 234-256.

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Abendroth, AnjaUniBi; Den Dulk, Laura
Erscheinungsjahr
2011
Zeitschriftentitel
Work, employment and society
Band
25
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
234-256
ISSN
0950-0170
eISSN
1469-8722
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2518987

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Abendroth A, Den Dulk L. Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction. Work, employment and society. 2011;25(2):234-256.
Abendroth, A., & Den Dulk, L. (2011). Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction. Work, employment and society, 25(2), 234-256. doi:10.1177/0950017011398892
Abendroth, A., and Den Dulk, L. (2011). Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction. Work, employment and society 25, 234-256.
Abendroth, A., & Den Dulk, L., 2011. Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction. Work, employment and society, 25(2), p 234-256.
A. Abendroth and L. Den Dulk, “Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction”, Work, employment and society, vol. 25, 2011, pp. 234-256.
Abendroth, A., Den Dulk, L.: Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction. Work, employment and society. 25, 234-256 (2011).
Abendroth, Anja, and Den Dulk, Laura. “Support for the work-life balance in Europe: the impact of state, workplace, and family support on work-life balance satisfaction”. Work, employment and society 25.2 (2011): 234-256.