FIW


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AcronymDefinition
FIWForchungsinstitut für Wärmeschutz (German: Research Institute for Thermal Protection)
FIWFriendship Is Witchcraft
FIWFighter Interceptor Wing
FIWFeature Interaction Workshop
FIWFreesite Insertion Wizard (software utility)
FIWFederal Interagency Workgroup (various government agencies)
FIWFriends in War (website)
FIWFuel, Inspect, Wash (maintenance)
FIWFederation Interprovinciale Wallonne (animal breeders association; Belgium)
FIWFuture Individual Weapon
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Given the personal and organizational impacts, the nature of business executives' work and the need for further research on this group, the first hypothesis of this study is (H1) that both directions of conflict (WIF and FIW) are central to the research model that explain the interaction between work-family conflict, work engagement, workaholism and turnover intention in executives.
As in WIF scale, a significantly higher level of the time-based interference was noted in FIW scale as well.
images of unique, randomly generated nonsense syllables (i.e., LOD, RIK, VIJ, DEK, FIW, and CUR) in 72-point Arial Black font on a white background.
Similarly, work interference with family (WIF) and family interference with work (FIW) are negatively related to affective commitment [25].
Tomorrow was a left-wing magazine that originated in Christchurch in 1934, numbering among its editors the academics Frederick Sinclaire and FIW Rhodes as well as poet and publisher Denis Glover.
Mae'r ffyrdd yn gymysg a chul iawn, a fiw i chi wneud camgymeriad," dywed Elfyn.
Kristidhi noted that his team took a holistic approach to the packaging process by purchasing a Bosch net-weigher (FIW 4011K) and a check-weigher (KWI 5000).
The results of the study carried out by Calvo-Salguero, Martinez-De-Lecea, and Carrasco-Gonzalez (2011) revealed the mediating role of intrinsic satisfaction in the relationship between FIW (family interfering with work) and generaljob satisfaction.
However, recent studies (Carlson, Kacmar, and Williams, 2000; Netemeyer, Boles, and McMurrian, 1996) have validated that workfamily conflict is complex with impact occurring from the work sphere (work interference with family; WIF) as well as from the family sphere (family interference with work; FIW).