Researchers have repetitively verified the nonconstructive effects of work and family conflict on employee’s behaviors and attitudes. For this reason interference of work and family was key concern for individuals and as well as for the organizations around the globe. This research was an attempt to analyze significant impacts of Work Family Conflict on job attitudes like Job Satisfaction, Job Burnout and Turnover intentions through mediation of Organizational Citizenship Behavior in banking sector of Pakistan. Findings demonstrated that Work Family Conflict was positively related with Job Burnout, Turnover intentions and negatively related to Job Satisfaction. Organizational Citizenship Behavior mediate the relationship between Work family conflict and Job attitudes of employees.
Mohsin Bashir, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan
Sidra Rana, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan
Muhammad Imran Ali, Bank Alfalah Limited, Pakistan
Stream: Business Administration and Business Economics
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