Work/Family Conflict and Career Advancement : Demographic Differences as Moderators among IT Employees
Career Advancement, Control Variables, Moderators, IT (Information Technology), Work/Family Conflict.
JEL Classification Codes : J10, M12, M15, M51
Paper Submission Date : June 30, 2021 ; Paper sent back for Revision : April 21, 2022 ; Paper Acceptance Date : May 30, 2022 ; Paper Published Online : September 15, 2022
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