Our Open-Accessed article,  “How technostressors influence job and family satisfaction: Exploring the role of work-family conflict” has been published in Information Systems Journal. In this study, we developed a research model based on the transactional perspective of stress and the challenge–hindrance stressor framework. We defined the two dimensions of work–family conflict as the perceptual stress resulting from a chronic challenge and hindrance technostressors, which ultimately affect employees’ satisfaction in both the work and family domains. We tested our model using a three-wave time-lagged survey study with data collected from 268 employees. Challenge and hindrance technostressors had different effects on these two main forms of work–family conflict (time-based and strain-based) but further induced negative effects on both job and family satisfaction. Overall, we make both scientific and practical contributions to the fields of work-related technology use and work–family conflict.

Thanks to my co-authors Si Shi and Yang Chen!

Source from: Shi, S., Chen, Y., & Cheung, C.M.K., (In Press), How Technostressors Influence Job and Family Satisfaction: Exploring the Role of Work-family Conflict. Information Systems Journalhttps://doi.org/10.1111/isj.12431