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Family-Work Conflict and Successful Aging at Work of Employees in Manufacturing Enterprises in North China.

PURPOSE: Successful aging at work is a new idea for enterprises to develop and utilize older employees under the background of population aging. However, there is a lack of research on the effect of family-work conflict on successful aging at work. This study explored how family-work conflict affective successful aging at work through the mediating roles of occupational future time perspective and the moderating role of flexible work arrangements perception.

METHODS: In study 1 (scenario-based experiment, N=107) recruited full-time employees working through the Credamo platform as experimental subjects, tested the causal relationship between family-work conflict and successful aging at work. In study 2 (questionnaire survey, N=349), questionnaires were distributed to large manufacturing enterprises in North China, and a two-wave time-lagged survey design was used to test the full model.

RESULTS: The results show that family-work conflict has a negative impact on successful aging at work; occupational future time perspective plays a mediating role in the relationship between family-work conflict and successful aging at work; flexible work arrangements perception moderated the mediating path via occupational future time perspective, and the indirect effect of occupational future time perspective decreased when flexible work arrangements perception increased.

DISCUSSION: This study enriches the research on the relationship between family-work conflict and successful aging at work in theory, and has important guiding significance for enterprises to build an inclusive and aging human resource management system in practice.

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