Work Family Conflict and Satisfaction Outcomes: Job-Demand Resources Model Perspective

Sulistiawan, Jovi (2016) Work Family Conflict and Satisfaction Outcomes: Job-Demand Resources Model Perspective. National Conference of Applied Engineering, Business and Information Technology, Politeknik Negeri Padang . pp. 217-227. ISSN 2541-111x

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Abstract

Based on survey conducted by Nielsen on 2012, found that almost Indonesian believes that the balance between family-life with work-life is one of the most important things. It indicates that the company should know how to minimize conflict between job and family conflict. The purpose of this study is to investigate the antecedents of work family conflict using job demand-resources model (JD-R Model) perspectives and the effect of work family conflict to satisfaction outcomes (job, family and life satisfaction). Besides, this study also investigate the moderating effects of job and social resources or social support. We use police as our samples in this study because they have long working hours that indicates high job demand. Using hierarchical regression analysis, we argued that job and family demand will have positive effect on WFC and WFC have negative effect on three satisfaction outcomes. We also argued that job and social resources or social support has moderation effect on demand and WFC.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:C Social Sciences > CC Economic History and Conditions
C Social Sciences > CB Economic Theory
Divisions:Luar PNP > Journal, Proceeding
ID Code:681
Deposited By:Rahmat Hidayat
Deposited On:19 Oct 2017 13:57
Last Modified:23 Dec 2018 07:33

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