Work Family Conflict among Female Employees: A Study on Private Hospital Nurses in Jambi


The aims of this study was to see how work-family conflict can have an impact on job stress and the performance of female employees, the sample in the study was nurses of private hospitals in Jambi who had a dual role as nurses as well as housewives. This research is a type of survey research, data collection techniques using a closed questionnaire given to respondents, the questions in the questionnaire were made using a Likert scale and analyzed using Component-Based SEM (Structural Equation Modeling),namely plus(PartialLeastSquare).theresultsofthestudyshowedthatwork family conflict had a positive effect on job stress, and negatively affected on nurse performance.

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