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How many of us have missed a school play because we've had to work late at the office? Or met with a lack of sympathy from a supervisor when we've felt down about problems at home? In the U.S., Michelle Obama recently brought these issues to the fore when she announced that balancing work and family life was something she wanted to focus on as First Lady: "I personally know the challenges of leading a busy life at work and at home, trying to do a good job at both, and always feeling like you're not quite living up to either." When job pressures interfere with family life, such Work-to-Family Conflict (WFC) puts a strain on employees, both at home and in the office.
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