The Effect of Work Overload and Family Demands on Work-Family Conflict: A Study on Private School Teachers
In this study, the effect of excessive workload perception and family demands on work-family conflict is investigated. In order to achieve this purpose, data from 208 people were collected by using questionnaire method among quantitative research techniques. The sample of the study was composed of teachers working in private schools in Isparta and Burdur provinces. With the established structural model, the effects of the perception of work overload and family demands on two sub-dimensions of work-family conflict were investigated. According to the results, it was determined that teachers' perception of work overload positively and significantly affected only one sub-dimension of work-family conflict (conflict from work to family). It was found that family demands experienced by teachers had a positive and significant effect on both sub-dimensions of work-family conflict (work-family conflict and family-work conflict). The results obtained in the study were discussed in terms of the education sector and private schools’ employees.
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