International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Job demand, Family Supportive Organizational Culture and Positive Spillover from Work-to-family among Employees in the Information Technology Enabled Services in India
Kamala Ramadoss

With the economic reforms instituted since 1991, India has emerged as the preferred destination for Information Technology enabled Services in the global offshore Business Process Outsourcing market. In this exploratory study, the author examines the role of job demand, job control, support at the workplace (co-worker support, organizational support, supervisor support for work related issues, supervisor support for family related issues) and one‟s own coping resources on positive spillover from work-to-family among employees in the Information Technology enabled Services. Surveys were used to collect data and regression analyses indicated that high job control, supervisor support for family-related issues and one‟s own coping resources were significantly related to positive spillover from work-to-family and the direction of the relationships were positive. These results are discussed with respect to implications for policy and future research.

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