IJSSH 2012 Vol.2(3): 168-174 ISSN:2010-3646
DOI: 10.7763/IJSSH.2012.V2.90

Work-Family Conflicts: A Case of Employees’ Turnover Intention

Muhammad Ghayyur and Waseef Jamal

Abstract—The research study inquired the work-family conflicts in relationship with turnover intention. It is found that work-family conflicts exist and posses positive relationship towards turnover intention. The research study was examined with the help of purposive random sampling and time tested research questionnaire were followed. Total number of 310 research questionnaire distribution out of them 200 respondents recorded their responses with response rate 64.145 %. Work to family conflict impact towards turnover intention recorded 0.251 and family to work conflict on turnover intention found 0.290.Correlation between work to family conflict and turnover intentions found0.429** and family to work conflicts with turnover intention found 0.570**. ANOVA model found satisfactory and R Square found 36 % the variation in turnover intention causes by work to family conflict. R square found 45% the variation in turnover intention causes by family to work conflict. Work-family conflicts influence employees’ turnover intention in both banking and pharmaceutical organization. Therefore these organizations need to develop compatible human resource practices to manage dual career responsibilities of both genders and all designations of the workforce.

Index Terms—Work-family conflicts, work, family to work conflict, turnover intention.

Muhammad Ghayyur is with the Institute of Computer and Management Sciences (ICMS), Hayat Abad Peshawar, Pakistan (e-mail:ghayoorgul@yahoo.com)

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Cite: Muhammad Ghayyur and Waseef Jamal, "Work-Family Conflicts: A Case of Employees’ TurnoverIntention," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 168-174, 2012.

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