This study examined the effect of interactional justice on work– to-family conflict and whether emotional exhaustion was a mediator of this relationship. Field survey data were obtained from 141 employees from various organizations and occupations. The findings suggest that perceptions of interactional justice are related to work-to-family conflict and, as predicted, emotional exhaustion mediated the relationship between interactional justice and work-to-family conflict. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
Kyei-Poku, Ivy A.
"Linking Interactional Justice to Work-to-Family Conflict:
The Mediating Role of Emotional Exhaustion,"
Organization Management Journal: Vol. 11:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/omj/vol11/iss2/4