WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL WORK PERFORMANCE: POLICY IMPLICATIONS

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Maryam Gull
Sobia Hassan
Mobina Farasat

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The Work-Family Conflict or Work Interference with Family or Family Interference with Work corrode the work performance of the female teaching faculty members. This research study was conducted to determine Work-Family Conflict, Work Interference with Family, and Family Interference with Work. The current study also explores the relationship between work-family conflict, work interference with family, family interference with work, and the individual work performance of female teaching faculty of female educational institutions. The results showed a negative significant association between work-family conflict and individual work performance of female teaching faculty at work. Family Interference with Work was significantly negatively associated with the individual performance of female teaching faculty. There was an insignificant negative relationship between Work Interference with Family and individual work performance of female teaching faculty. The purpose of this research study was explanatory, and a deductive approach was used. Quantitative research was conducted, and data was collected using self-administered questionnaires. This research study was valuable as it drew the attention of different educational institutions, especially female educational institutions, towards designing and implementing policies related to individual work performance. It also offers policymakers strategies and plans on how to augment individuals ' work performance of female teaching faculty.

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Maryam Gull, Sobia Hassan, & Mobina Farasat. (2024). WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND WOMEN’S INDIVIDUAL WORK PERFORMANCE: POLICY IMPLICATIONS. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Social Sciences .ISSN (E) 2959-2461 (P) 2959-3808, 3(2), 1267–1280. Retrieved from http://ijciss.org/index.php/ijciss/article/view/757
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