Author: Anam Arif
Supervisor: Shazia Khalid, PhD
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
The present correlational study aimed to investigate the relationship between perceived job insecurity and work family conflicts in employees of private organization. It was hypothesized that there would be a relationship between perceived job insecurity and work family conflicts in employees of private organization. Moreover, It was hypothesized that there would likely to be a significant relationship between perceived job insecurity and work family conflict. The Purposive sampling technique comprised of 150 males, (N = 150) including 75 teacher and 75 doctor, with age range 32-45 years (M = 32, SD = 9.59). The Perceived Job Insecurity Scale (PJIS), Work Family Conflicts Scale (WFCS) were used to assess the study variables. Descriptive statistics was calculated to assess means, standard deviations and frequencies of the variables. Correlational research design was used. Independent t- test was also used. Results indicated that perceived job insecurity and work family conflicts would have positive relationship with teachers and doctor. Perceived Job insecurity was found to be positively related as well as positive predictor of work family conflict in teachers and doctors, employees of private organization. There would have significant difference between job insecurity and work family conflicts in teacher and doctor of private organization.”
Keywords: Perceived Job Insecurity, Work Family Conflicts, Teachers, Doctor.
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