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Shared Identity and Work-life Roles: A Study of Dual Career Couples

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 57 Issue 2

Published: 2021
Author(s) Name: Tanvi Paras Kothari and Sameer Pingle | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Prof., Shri Jairambhai Patel Institute of Business Management, NICM, Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
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This paper examines the relationship between shared identity (affective, cognitive, perceived similarity, behavior and inclusion) and work-life role (occupational, marital, homecare and parental) in the Indian context. 380 dual career couples (DCC) working in different professions was contacted to fill self-administered questionnaires. To analyze the data multiple regression analysis was used. The results revealed an influence of various factors of shared identity on the occupational, marital, homecare and parental role commitment and value. The study serves as a guide to the development of high role commitment and reward for dual career couples. The study enriches the organizational behavior literature. This study identifies and validated the relationship between shared identity and work-life roles in the Indian context.

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