Aggressiveness and Perceived Marital Quality: The Moderating Role of Family-Supportive Work Climate.
We examined the role of contextualized, group-level ratings of a family-supportive work climate on the link between individuals’ aggressiveness and marital quality in a sample of 1,604 married male active duty soldiers from brigades in the southeastern United States. Results of multilevel analyses showed that group-level ratings of a family-supportive work climate moderated the negative individual-level link between aggressiveness and marital quality. Findings suggest that the negative association between aggressiveness and perceived marital quality may be influenced by how well the organization fosters a climate that is supportive of married soldiers’ family responsibilities. Implications for work climate research and organizational policy in the military are discussed.
Messer, S. C.,
Cabrera, O. A.,
Bliese, P. D.,
Hoge, C. W.,
Castro, C. A.
(2010). Aggressiveness and Perceived Marital Quality: The Moderating Role of Family-Supportive Work Climate.. Military Psychology, 22(1), 57-67.
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