Recently, the rapid adoption of smartphones and tablets among employees has forced organizations to proactively embrace the concept of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Allowing employees to bring their own mobile devices to the workplace has blurred the boundary between work and personal life and therefore created a stressful environment for employees when they are performing both work role and family role. This study explores the influencing factors of work-to-life conflict under the context of BYOD. A new construct - workplace connectivity was introduced to the BYOD attributes model. Based on the boundary theory, a theoretical model with eight hypotheses was developed.
Qi, Cong; Huang, Jingyuan; and Liu, Ou, "Exploring the Antecedents of Work-to-life Conflict under the Context of Bring Your Own Device" (2017). PACIS 2017 Proceedings. 270.