Using a national random sample of PRSSA members (N=464), this study explored public relations students' perceptions of work-life conflict and yielded findings suggesting: (1) students anticipated moderate levels of work-life conflict at their future jobs; (2) family-supportive organizational work environment was perceived to be instrumental in reducing work-life conflict; (3) strain-based work-life conflict reduces projected salary.
- Family-supportive organizational work environment
- PRSSA members
- Salary levels
- Supervisory support
- Work-life conflict
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management