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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-familydoi:10.6007/ijarbss/v8-i4/4012 fatcat:cd6lgy7safgongctswletaqcnm