Work Family Conflict on Job Satisfaction: Moderating or Direct Effect of Social Support Exist among IT Professionals?

Choi Sang Long, Chan Ler Kuan, Tan Owee Kowang, Goh Chin Fei


This paper discusses the empirical study regarding work family conflict on job satisfaction.  100 IT professionals from the Malaysian IT industry participated in this study.  Findings showed that work family conflict is negatively correlated with job satisfaction and social support.  However, social support does not have a moderating effect on the relationship between work family conflict and job satisfaction.

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