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Harris Laeeque Syed (Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan)
Role of Work-Family Conflict in Job Burnout: Support from the Banking Sector of Pakistan
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (ILSHS), 2014, vol. 29, s. 1-12, rys., tab., bibliogr. 48 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Praca, Praca kobiet, Rodzina, Kobieta w rodzinie, Wypalenie zawodowe, Sektor bankowy
Labour, Female labour, Family, Women in family, Professional burnout, Banking sector
The main aim of this study is to determine the relationship between work-family conflict (WFC) and job burnout experienced by an employee. This study follows a cross-sectional and quantitative approach. Self-administered, ordinal scale based questionnaires are used as an instrument to collect the responses from 200 respondents, working in the head offices of two private banks in Islamabad, Pakistan. Kendall tau-b rank correlation coefficient, linear regression and one-way ANOVA are employed for testing conceptual and mathematical model. The results of statistical analysis shows that both the domains of work-family conflict i.e. family interference with work and work interference with family, significantly and positively influence the job burnout of employees. Organizations must take an initiative to resolve the work-family conflict so that the employees devote their full capacity to work and also be able to meet their family requirements easily. (original abstract)
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