Référence bibliographique 
Personnel Review, vol. 47, no 2, p. 474-493.
«The current research examines the specific contributions of two types of organizational resources to reduce both WFC [work-family conflict] and FWC [family-work conflict], that is: psychosocial safety climate (PSC) (resources which value psychosocial health and safety and provide protection from psychological harm), FSSB (social resources provided by the supervisor to strengthen employees’ abilities to fulfill family responsibilities).» (p. 475-476)
L’étude est basée sur la participation de 562 personnes (92% de femmes) travaillant dans le domaine de la santé au Québec.
Type de traitement des données :
«[T]his study examined a multidimensional mediating model of PSC, FSSB and WFC-time, FWC-time, WFC-strain and FWC-strain. More particularly, this research tested the impact of PSC on WFC-time, FWC-time, WFC-strain and FWC-strain directly and indirectly via FSSB. Given the cross-sectional design of our study, we are unable to make causal inferences, so that our results should be interpreted with caution. We observed that PSC is related to WFC-time, FWC-time, WFC-strain and FWC-strain. In addition, the results demonstrate that PSC is associated with FSSB and has an indirect negative effect on WFC-time, FWC-time, WFC-strain and FWC-strain via FSSB. More precisely, when the level of PSC is high, it improves the level FSSB which, in turn, is related to WFC-time, FWC-time, WFC-strain and FWC-strain. This study supports the fact that there is an impact of PSC among Canadian workers in the health sector.» (p. 485)