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Impact of Work-Family Conflict on Job Satisfaction among HEI Faculty Members: Moderating Role of Supervisor Support
The present study aimed at examining the impact of work-family conflict on job satisfaction with the moderating role of supervisor’s support. Data were collected using survey technique. Participants (N=375) were permanent faculty members of eight higher education commission approved universities in Islamabad. Moderated regression analysis was conducted to test the hypotheses, work-family conflict has been found negatively associated with job satisfaction and supervisor support has been positively associated with job satisfaction. Moderated regression analyses indicated buffering role of supervisor’s support in the relationship between work-family conflict and job satisfaction. Findings of present study may be applied in higher education commission institutions. Future research may be conducted to investigate moderating role of organizational support and family support in predicting job satisfaction and turnover intention.
Dr. Shakira Huma Siddiqui
Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Psychology, NUML, Islamabad, Pakistan
MS (HRM), Ex-student, Air University School of Management Islamabad, Pakistan
Dr. Hira Salah ud din Khan
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Management, Jiangsu University Zhenjiang, Peoples Republic of China