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The Impact of Manager Support and Work Family Conflict on Job Satisfaction

  title={The Impact of Manager Support and Work Family Conflict on Job Satisfaction},
  author={Izlem Gozukara and Nurdan Çolakoğlu},
Work-family conflict is a serious issue for both employees and organizations. It leads to multiple consequences at both levels. Work-family conflict causes employees to develop negative attitudes toward work due to an unbalanced life between their job and family. Job satisfaction is one of these attitudes and workfamily conflict leads to unsatisfied individuals. On the organizational side, such conflict may result in lower organizational performance and success because of unsatisfied employees… 

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