Work Family Conflict, Jobstress and Job Performance (Case Study Spa Employee In Bali)

Ni Kadek Suryani, I Wayan Gde Sarmawa, Made Wardana


Family needs and increasing income while are not comparable often leads to conflicts within the family member. Conflict in the family often carried over into the workplace, thereby potentially affecting the performance of the person in the work. Family conflict also affects the perceived increasingly heavy workload, this can lead to job stress, and thus indirectly familyconflict potentially affects the performance of employees through job stress. This research is aimed to concern a study and analysis of the effect of conflict in the family and job stress on employee performance. The study conducted at SPA De Nyuh in Bali province, Indonesia.The number of respondentsare all employee totaling 62 people. Data processed by Generalized Structured Component Analysis (GeSCA) with step: measurement model / outer model, structural model / inner model, and model fit. The results found that the family conflict is a positive and not significant effect on the performance of employees, family conflict is a positive significant effect on the job stress and job stress is a positive significant effect on the performance..

Keywords : work family conflict, job stress, employee performance.

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