Work life conflict impact on Female’s Job performance. A study of primary level female school teachers in Pakistan

Aleena Mukarram, Sajjad Akbar, Zeb Jan, Asiya Gul


The study is focused on impact of work life conflict on job performance of female school teachers while keeping organization policy as a moderating variable. Data was collected from 200 female school teachers of different schools using questionnaires. Result showed that Work life conflict has a negative impact on job performance of female employees and Organization policies do not moderate this relationship. The results are analysed using Regression and other statistical tests to check that whether organization policies contribute to reduce work life pressure and stress or not. The research proved that improvement is desired in improving organization policies to enhance female teachers’ performance and increase their motivation reducing work life pressure and strain.

Keywords: Work Life conflict, Job performance, Organization Policy, Education sector, Pakistan, female teachers, private schools

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