Evaluating the Relationship between Work-Family Conflict & Organizational commitment (A Survey of Nursing Staff in Public Sector Hospitals of District Bhakkar, Pakistan)

Ahmer Zulfiqar, Ghulam Muhammad Kundi, Qamar Afaq Qureshi, Najeebullah Khan, Robina Akhtar, Khan, Muhammad Yasir Sadozai


Organizational commitment of workers has captured the attention of social-researchers. Many organizations are facing the problem of less commitment among employees. Little importance has been given to work–family conflict as one of the many causes of decreasing commitment towards the job. This research was undertaken to check the impact of three forms of work-family conflict (WFC): Time, Behavior and Strain-based, on organizational commitment of nurses in public sectors hospitals of District Bhakkar, Pakistan. Data was collected through survey approach by administering the questionnaires among 110 nurses. Tests of Correlation and regression showed that, WFC-Time was the most significant predictors of less organizational commitment. These findings suggests to the nurses to manage their work and family commitments responsibly.

Key Words: Work family conflict, time, strain, behavior, Organizational commitment, affective, normative, continuance.

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