Work-Family Conflict, Organizational Commitment, and Burnout Among Food and Beverages Industries

Tiara Carina, Wayan Gede Supartha


Burnout is a problem encountered by employees in food and beverages industry in Kuta, Bali. According to Job Demand-Resources (JD-R) Model, burnout arises due to the work-family conflict. Although there is a significant relationship between work-family conflict and burnout, there is previous study that state individual is able to maintain their psychological wellbeing despite experiencing work-family conflict. The potential moderator in the relationship is organizational commitment. The sample was 196 employees from five food and beverages companies in Kuta, Bali which are registered in the Department of Human and Energy Resources of Bali Province. Data were collected through Burnout Instrument (r = 0.725), Organizational Commitment Instrument (r = 0.805), and Work-Family Conflict Instrument (r = 0.934). Data was analyzed using Moderated Regression Analysis (MRA). The results were work-family conflict significantly affected burnout (sig. Β1 = 0.000; β1 = 2.391) and organizational commitment significantly weakened the effect of work-family conflict on burnout (sig. Β3 = 0.035; β1 = 2.391; β3 = -0.876). Organizational commitment is a quasi-moderator in this study (sig. Β3 = 0.035; sig. Β2 = 0.034). Based on the results, company is able to create flexible work environment to reduce work-family conflict and designs training to increase organizational commitment in order to prevent burnout.

Keywords: Work-Family Conflict, Organizational Commitment, Burnout, Food and Beverages

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-21-06

Publication date:July 31st 2019


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