Adverse Effects of CEO Family-to-Work Conflict on Firm Performance

    Christopher S. Reina
    Christopher S. Reina

    Organization Science, Volume 28, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 228-243.

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    Abstract:

    We examine whether chief executive officers’ (CEOs’) experiences occurring outside the work domain influence the performance of their respective firms. We suggest that the family-to-work conflict (FWC) that CEOs experience depletes their ability to self-regulate, thereby reducing their ability to make appropriately comprehensive decisions...More

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