Author: Faiza Waris
Supervisor: Tahira Mubashar
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
Current research was conducted to investigate the relationship between job demands, spillover between work and home, and wellbeing of workers in private sector organizations. It was hypothesized that (a) there would be relationship between job demands, spillover between work and home, and wellbeing of employees; and (b) job demands and spillover between work and home would be predictors of wellbeing of workers. A sample of N = 150 managerial and supervisory staff of private sector organizations was recruited using purposive sampling technique. Job Content Questionnaire (Karasek, 1998), The Survey Work-Home Interaction Nijmegen SWING (Guerts, 2005), and Well-Being Assessment Tool (Allyn & Bacon, 2000) were used to assess job demands, spillover and wellbeing of the employees, respectively. Results revealed that there was significant positive correlation between job demands, spillover between work and home, and wellbeing of employees. Results also revealed that job demands and spillover between work and home were significant predictors of wellbeing. The study findings provided a platform for the sentience of antecedents of wellbeing of workers in an organization.
Keywords: Job Demands, Spillover, Wellbeing, Private Sector Organizations.
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