The present study investigates the effects of flexible work arrangements on work-to-home conflict for women and men in Germany. It analyzes (1) how schedule control, i.e. flexitime and working-time autonomy, employer-oriented flexible schedules and telecommuting are related to work-to-home conflict and (2) whether these arrangements increase or decrease the positive effect of job pressure on work-to-home conflict. The multivariate analyses are based on the 2011 and 2012 German Socio-Economic Panel study.
flexible work arrangements job pressure work-to-home conflict gender