This study investigated work-family conflict and personality as predictors of organizational
commitments among hospital workers in Enugu, Nigeria. A cross-sectional design and Multiple
Regression was used for the data analysis. A total of 300 copies of the questionnaire were distributed to
the Sectional Heads of the hospitals. Out of the 300 copies distributed, 184 were returned for analysis.
Participants were obtained through accidental sampling of the three (3) hospitals for the study.
Instruments used for data collection are: Work-family conflict scale, Organizational Commitment Scale
and Self-efficacy Scale. Finding reveals work-family conflict has been found to affect organizational
commitment. In trying to proffer solution to the issue raised from the finding of the study, the conflict
between work, family and organizations need to create a flexible working schedule for its staff as well as
establish a counseling sub-departments in its Human resources department to enable employees
understand and suggest means of handling conflicts that may arise as they engage in their work that
might be traced to the family. Also, it was found that a significant difference exists between married and
single respondents` experience of work-family conflict. Moreover, the finding shows that there was a
significant difference between organizational commitment of male and female respondents based on
work-family conflict. Based on the findings of the study, it was recommended that organizational
support programme need to be introduced and provided for all levels of workers in order to reduce the
burden of work-family conflict interface and virtually induced commitment to their jobs. The level of
family responsibilities of the workers need to be considered during recruitment, in assigning
responsibilities and placement process in order to foster organizational commitment.
Elizabeth, U (2021). Work-Family Conflict and Personality as Predictors of Organizational Commitments Among Hospital Workers in Enugu, Nigeria. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/work-family-conflict-and-personality-as-predictors-of-organizational-commitments-among-hospital-workers-in-enugu-nigeria
Elizabeth, Uka "Work-Family Conflict and Personality as Predictors of Organizational Commitments Among Hospital Workers in Enugu, Nigeria" Afribary. Afribary, 14 May. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/work-family-conflict-and-personality-as-predictors-of-organizational-commitments-among-hospital-workers-in-enugu-nigeria. Accessed 25 Mar. 2023.
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Elizabeth, Uka . "Work-Family Conflict and Personality as Predictors of Organizational Commitments Among Hospital Workers in Enugu, Nigeria" Afribary (2021). Accessed March 25, 2023. https://afribary.com/works/work-family-conflict-and-personality-as-predictors-of-organizational-commitments-among-hospital-workers-in-enugu-nigeria