The associations between work-life balance behaviours, teamwork climate and safety climate: cross-sectional survey introducing the work-life climate scale, psychometric properties, benchmarking data and future directions

Sexton, J.B., Schwartz, S.P., Chadwick, W.A., Rehder, K.J., Bae, J., Bokovy, J., Doram, K., Sotile, W., Adair, K.C., Profit, J.
Submitted: August, 2017

The work-life climate scale exhibits strong psychometric properties, elicits results that vary widely by work setting, discriminates between positive and negative workplace norms, and aligns well with other culture constructs that have been found to correlate with clinical outcomes.

Resource Type:
  • Peer Reviewed Research
Study Design:
  • Survey/Study
  • Tools & Instruments