Work-Family Enrichment and Job-Family Satisfaction among Hotel Employees
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The aim of the study is to advance understanding of bi-directions of positive side of work-family interaction with job and family satisfaction. Using structural equation modelling (SEM), the researcher tested the data from 306 employees from selected hotels in Sarawak on the relationship between work-family enrichment (WFE) and family-work enrichment (FWE) with job satisfaction (JS) and family satisfaction (FS). The results indicated that both WFE and FWE have a positive relationship with JS. The result from SEM also provided empirical support for a significant positive relationship between FWE with FS. The results support a bi-directional approach towards positive side of work-family interaction and provide a better understanding of any domain-specific effects.
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