Antecedents and Consequences of Work Family Conflicts

Mudassar Ghafoor, Alqa Ashraf, Iqra Sajjad, M. Azeem


This study is conducted to examine the impact of supportive supervisor and emotional labor on work family conflicts and also the impact of work family conflict on job satisfaction and organizational commitment among female teachers of Punjab (Pakistan a) as well. A sample of 138 female teachers was randomly selected. The results of the study indicate that emotional labor has a strong positive impact on work family conflicts while supportive supervisor effects negatively to work family conflicts. Further, Work family conflict has strong and negative influence on organizational commitment, whereas, negative but weak influence on job satisfaction. Moreover this research is an insight for the management of colleges of Pakistan by reducing the work family conflict between female lecturers, they can enhance the level of job satisfaction and organizational commitment among them.

Key words: Emotional Labor, Supportive Supervisor, Work Family Conflicts, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment

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