Examining the work-family interface: The impact of a worksite parenting intervention on family and occupational outcomes and objective performance measures. (2005–2007)

This study will examine the bidirectional effects of a parenting intervention designed to promote better worklife balance in parents who work in a high stress occupation. Workplace Triple P is a positive parenting intervention that aims to assist parents more effectively negotiate the work-family interface. It is predicted that the intervention will result in parents have reduced stress and greater worklife balance skills which in turn will improve the parent's relationship with their own children and their interactions with students in their classrooms
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
Funded by:
Australian Research Council