Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Life Satisfaction in Secondary Schools of Sargodha
Keywords:Family-Work Conflict, Life Dissatisfaction, Life Satisfaction, Stress
The link between Work-Family Conflict (WFC) and Life Satisfaction was examined in a quantitative study of secondary school teachers in Lahore, Pakistan (LS). The researcher hopes that the study might be useful from all viewpoints, including managerial, academic, and theoretical ones. Lahore district served as the population of the study that consisted of 179 boys and 152 girls high schools of Lahore. In Lahore there are 1716 female and 1445 male SSTs. 800 samples were taken from the entire population using a two-stage random sampling technique. With advance permission, Form-WFC and SLS were modified. Pilot testing and expert opinion were used to validate the scale and confirm the validity of the instrument. Pilot testing was done to check the instrument's dependability, and the results show that the instrument is very reliable. Following pilot testing, the instrument underwent the necessary modifications. In the study, correlational research was employed. The information was gathered through a cross-sectional survey. Using SPSS, descriptive and inferential statistics were used for data analysis. The results of the correlation were significant, indicating that WLB and LS had a moderately positive correlation. SLS generally increases along with WFC when it does. In order to determine the relationship between WLB and SLS, Pearson r was run. The results of the correlation were significant, indicating that WFC and LS had a strong positive correlation. SLS generally increases along with WFC when it does. The conclusions of the correlation coefficients were corroborated by the results of the regression analysis.
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