This Oregon DOC study " examined the mediating process of perceived stress on the relationship between perceived dangerousness of the job and the negative employee well-being outcomes of work-family conflict and symptoms of psychological distress, as well as the moderating effects of family supportive supervisor behaviors on this process. As part of a larger study, survey data were collected from 1,370 state correctional officers."
Perceived Dangerousness of the Job and WellBeing Among Correctional Officers: The Role of Perceived Stress and Family Supportive Supervisor Behaviors (FSSB) (2013)
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