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Table 3 Results of multiple regression analysis on ‘work-private life conflict

From: Factors associated with work-private life conflict and leadership qualities among line managers of health professionals in Swiss acute and rehabilitation hospitals – a cross-sectional study

coefficients estimate (B) std. estimate (β) std. errora t-valuea p-valuea
(Intercept) 10.83 0.00 4.42 2.45 0.008
Quantitative demands 0.25*** 0.18 0.04 5.93 0.000
Role conflicts 0.09*** 0.08 0.02 4.16 0.000
Demands to hide emotions 0.16*** 0.16 0.02 6.87 0.000
Scope for breaks / holidays -0.07*** −0.06 0.02 −3.78 0.000
Meaning of work −0.10*** −0.07 0.02 −4.18 0.000
Bond with the company −0.08*** − 0.07 0.02 −3.92 0.000
Social community at work −0.12*** −0.08 0.03 −4.43 0.000
Insecurity of the working environment 0.10*** 0.12 0.02 6.53 0.000
Demarcation −0.06 − 0.06 0.06 − 0.89 0.368
Full-time – part-time work (working hours per week) 0.13*** 0.12 0.02 6.53 0.000
Years working in current position 0.13 0.05 0.10 1.34 0.190
Possibility to exchange shifts (1 = yes, 0 = no) −2.87** −0.06 0.82 −3.49 0.002
Would change their current shift work (e.g. to working only in ‘one specific shift’) (1 = yes, 0 = no) 6.31*** 0.14 0.84 7.50 0.000
Number of shifts per weekend 1.38** 0.07 0.42 3.26 0.002
Care tasks for children privately (1 = yes, 0 = no) 3.76*** 0.09 0.77 4.88 0.000
Profession: physician 12.23*** 0.14 1.47 8.33 0.000
Profession: administration & research −5.90** −0.05 1.93 −3.06 0.006
Interactions – demands to hide emotions & years working in current position −0.01*** − 0.14 0.00 −3.44 0.000
Interactions – quantitative demands & demarcation 0.00*** 0.24 0.00 3.25 0.000
  1. abased on bootstrap, *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001