Work and Life Balance Support of Female Mid-level Non-instructional Staff at 2-Year Public Colleges

Stephanie Jones, Colette Taylor

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Abstract

Two-year public institutions are known for their nurturing academic environments, supporting students from diverse backgrounds and experiences. One would assume that these nurturing and supportive environments would also go beyond the students to include employees. Family-friendly working environments support the needs of employees to balance work and life obligations without affecting career advancement opportunities. To decide whether 2-year public institutions are family-friendly working environments, this quantitative study explored the perceptions of female mid-level non-instructional professional staff in various administrative positions at 215 2-year public institutions. A survey designed to obtain participant perceptions of their working environments and institutional policies pertaining to work and life balances was completed by 590 respondents. By understanding the perceptions of mid-level non-instructional professional staff in institutions can address the areas of conc
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)936-953
JournalCommunity College Journal of Research and Practice/Taylor and Francis
StatePublished - Dec 2013

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