How does working from home affect work-family conflicts?

19 Aug 2022

In a new article in the Czech Sociological Review, Dominika Sladká and Martin Kreidl from Masaryk University focused on the associations between working from home, work-family conflicts, and partnership satisfaction.

Using data from the Czech GGS COVID Pilot, they found that frequent work from home was associated with more frequent conflicts between work and family in December 2020.

People working from home at least twice a week were significantly more likely to report that family responsibilities make it difficult to focus on work or that household chores often make them too tired to work. In addition, people who frequently experienced these conflicts were also more likely to think about ending the relationship with their partner.

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