The Romanian Adaptation of the Survey Work-Home Interaction, NijmeGen

Simona A Ispas, Dragos Iliescu
Evaluation & the Health Professions 2018 August 13, : 163278718791303
To date, there are no scales measuring work-home interaction which are adapted for the Eastern European population. Owing to the significantly different sociocultural contexts and geopolitical history between Western and Eastern populations, despite the massive contemporary East-West migration, a more culturally appropriate scale is needed to ensure valid and reliable measurement of the construct. This article presents the adaptation of the Survey Work-Home Interaction-NijmeGen (SWING) for the Romanian population. The results show that SWING can successfully measure work-home interaction for this population. Gender equivalence is also discussed.

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