Work-Family Conflict and Turnover Intentions: Moderated Mediation Model

Aleena Syed, Muhammad Bilal Ahmad, Hafiz Fawad Ali, Mian Muhammad Arif, Amna Gohar


In this research, the relationship between work-family conflicts of female doctors with turnover intentions is examined along with the moderating role of perceived organizational support and taking job stress as a mediator. A self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data from 270 female doctors who were practicing in different tertiary care hospitals of Lahore. For analyzing the data, the researcher used IBM SPSS and PLS-SEM. Results of the study confirmed that a positive relationship exists between WFC and intention to quit jobs in female doctors. Results also revealed that POS acts as a moderator between WFC and quit intentions but rejected the hypothesis of stress as a mediator between work-family conflict and intentions to leave the profession in the case of female doctors of Lahore. The past studies on work-family conflict were mostly conducted on the scenario of western countries particularly in America but the present study gives an insight of the relationship between work-family conflict and turnover intention of female doctors in Pakistan

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