Skip to content

Toggle service links

You are here

  1. Home
  2. Employed caregiver

Employed caregiver

Employed Caregivers’ Response to Family-Role Overload: the Role of Control-at-Home and Caregiver Type

Drawing from role theory, stress and coping, and caregiving literatures, this paper develops a model of family-role overload involving two forms of caregiver burden (subjective, objective) and two types of maladaptive changes in employee behavior (at work, personal), and hypothesizes that caregiver type (eldercare-only vs. sandwich) moderates all paths in the model. Partial Least Squares structural equation modeling (SEM) supported all hypothesized direct paths.

Fri, 06/07/2019 - 14:23

Eldercare and Work Among Informal Caregivers: A Multidisciplinary Review and Recommendations for Future Research

Although research on eldercare and work has burgeoned in recent years, current literature is lacking an integrative model or framework to summarize existing findings and guide future research. The purpose of this article is to synthesize prior empirical research regarding eldercare among informal caregivers who must balance care with employment. We propose a conceptual model to serve as an organizing framework to understand eldercare and work.

Fri, 06/07/2019 - 13:09