Work-home interaction of police officers in the North-West Province: examining socio-demographic differences
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This study was conducted among randomly selected members of the South African Police Service (n = 685) in the North West Province and examined how socio-demographic groups differ with regards to four dimensions of work-home interaction. The Survey Work-Home Interaction - Nijmegen (SWING), as well as a biographical questionnaire were translated into Afrikaans and Setswana and were administered together with the original English version. Multivariate analysis of variance showed that statistically significant differences exist between socio-demographic groups based on language, gender, marital status, parental status and education.