DOI:​10.1080/09585192.2016.1166784
Corpus ID: 153935404
A relational understanding of work-life balance of Muslim migrant women in the west: future research agenda
F. Ali, A. Malik, +1 author Akram Al Ariss
Published 2017
Sociology

The International Journal of Human Resource Management
Abstract Increasing globalisation and work intensification has led to a blurring of roles and boundaries between work and family. Such influences are more pronounced in migrant workers who often… Expand
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