The more you connect, the less you connect: An examination of the role of phubbing at home and job crafting in the crossover and spillover effects of work–family spousal support on employee creativity
Keywords: 
Cognitive job crafting
Creativity at work
Relational job crafting
Work– family support
Issue Date: 
15-Mar-2024
Publisher: 
The British Psychological Society
ISSN: 
2044-8325
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This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Citation: 
Wang, S. (Siqi); Rofcanin, Y. (Yasin); Las-Heras-Maestro, M. (Mireia); et al. "The more you connect, the less you connect: An examination of the role of phubbing at home and job crafting in the crossover and spillover effects of work–family spousal support on employee creativity". Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. , 2024-03-15, 12503
Abstract
In an era where home and work domains have become inseparable, it is surprising that extant research has placed less emphasis on examining the boundary conditions and mechanisms to understand the home-to-work crossover and spillover process. Building on the work–home resources theory and the crossover-spillover perspectives, we test a resource-based crossover-spillover model of how one partner's work–family spousal support provision relates to the other partner's creativity at work. We propose that “phubbing” at home affects the crossover process of resource exchange between partners. Regarding the spillover from home to work, we propose that job crafting mediates the association between work–family spousal support and employee creativity. Daily diary data were collected from 65 dual-earner couples, over 15 working days in the United States. Results from the multilevel actor–partner interdependence model show that work–family support enhances employee creativity by prompting the employee's relational job crafting and cognitive job crafting at work. Moreover, our results reveal that the high level of phubbing at home weakens the work–family support crossover between partners. We contribute to the literature by adding evidence regarding the mechanisms that enable social support at home to turn into employee creativity at work.
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