WORK FAMILY AND FAMILY WORK CONFLICT: DOES INTRINSIC, EXTRINSIC SATISFACTION MEDIATE THE PREDICTION OF GENERAL JOB SATISFACTION?
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Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Work-family conflictGeneral job satisfactionSatisfaction with the extrinsic facetsSatisfaction with the intrinsic facets of the jobSpain
Work family and family work conflict: does intrinsic, extrinsic satisfaction mediate the prediction of general job satisfaction? The Journal of Psychology, 145, 435-461.
The objective of this study is to analyze the mediating role of intrinsic and extrinsic job satisfaction in the relationship between the 2 dimensions of work–family conflict—family interfering with work (FIW) and work interfering with family (WIF)—and general job satisfaction. Step-by-step hierarchical regression analyses were carried out on a sample of 151 men and women from a Spanish public organization. The results confirmed the mediating role of intrinsic job satisfaction in the case of FIW. This highlights the importance of taking into account the level of satisfaction with the intrinsic facets of one’s job as a measure for understanding why FIW has a negative impact on general job satisfaction.
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