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Long Hours’ Effects on Work-Life Balance and Satisfaction

Table 4

Regression analyses results indicating the effects of occupational stress as a mediator of the associations between work-life balance, working hours, and job satisfaction (N=369).

Independent VariablesDependent VariablesβtpR2F

Model 1Path aHOUR(X)OS(M1)0.224.317<.0010.04818.64
Model 2Path b1HOUR(X)WLB(Y1)0.177 3.798<.0010.24158.02
Path c1 OS(M1)WLB(Y1)0.421 9.004<.001
Model 3Path b2HOUR(X)WSA(Y2)0.0741.670.0960.31182.46
Path c2 OS(M)WSA(Y2)-0.56912.789<.001

Hour = working hours; PCT = perceived control over time; OS = occupational stress; WLB = work-life balance; WSA = job satisfaction. p < 0.05; p < 0.01; p < 0.001.

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