The Influence of Work-Family Conflict and Family-Work Conflict on Well-Being: The Mediating Role of Coping Strategies

Nurul Nadia Abd Aziz, Zaidatul Nadiah Abu Yazid, Nor Habibah Tarmuji, Mawarti Ashik Samsudin, Azeman Abd Majid
2018 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
This research was conducted to gain an overview of the effects of work-family conflict, familywork conflict and coping strategies on the well-being of selected female respondents among the academic staff at University Teknologi MARA. They represent a group of highly educated respondents with heavy workloads who are expected to be able to manage and balance their well-being. This study also aims to determine the mediating effects of coping strategies in the relationships between work-family
more » ... ict, family-work conflict and women's well-being with the use of the self-determination theory as an underpinning theory. The data was collected from 140 respondents using systematic sampling and subsequently analysed using SEM-AMOS 21.0. This study was carried out to test the confirmatory model of work-family balance and coping strategies in the prediction of the well-being of women. It will be a beneficial guide and a contribution to existing knowledge in the field of human resource management when presented to academicians in public institutions of higher education.
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v8-i4/4012 fatcat:cd6lgy7safgongctswletaqcnm