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Because of the considerable amount of time that hospitality managers spend at work, the relationship between life satisfaction and job satisfaction is of particular interest. Dissonance may result when the role at work conflicts with the role at home of with the family. Food service managers indicate that the top inter-role conflicts area is that work time takes up time that they would like to spend with family and others; that they are too tired to do some of the things they would like to do after work; and that the job makes it difficult to be the kind of friend, spouse, or parent that they would like to be.
Ghiselli, Richard F.; LaLopa, Joseph M.; and Bai, Billy
"Making Life More Satisfying for Hospitality Managers,"
Hospitality Review: Vol. 20
, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol20/iss2/8