Work Family Conflict and its impact on Career and Relation to Gender

Kalavathy Thurairajah


Work family conflict and career are very essential to the continuing growth of educational system around the world and they rank alongside professional knowledge and skills, center competencies, educational resources as well as strategies, in genuinely determine educational success and performance. This study assessed the differences and relationship between male and female on work family conflict and its impact on career among the employees in university of Jaffna. The relationship between personal variable and work and family related attitude have indentified. The findings of this study, there is a difference between male and female employees on work family conflict. In this study, most of the male employees have low level of work family conflict and high level of career satisfaction than leads to high level of career satisfaction among the employees in University of Jaffna. Based on the findings valuable suggestions have been provided increase the career satisfaction and decrease the work family conflict to the management of the university employees to achieve sustainable competitive advantage through people.

Key words: - Work – family conflict, Gender, Career

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