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Wymagania w pracy i w rodzinie a satysfakcja z pracy i satysfakcja z małżeństwa. Mediująca rola konfliktów między pracą i rodziną

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Effects of job and family demands on job satisfaction and marital satisfaction. Mediating role of work-family conflicts
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The study was aimed at investigation 1) effect of job and family demands on job and marital satisfaction, 2) mediating role of work-family and family-work conflicts and differences between women and men in regards to work the conflicts and job and marital satisfaction. Participants were 281 workers represented different type of occupation. The result support researching hypothesis partly. High work and family demands correlated with low job and marital satisfaction. Moreover work-family conflict mediated effect of job demands on job satisfaction. Family-work conflict did not play role of mediator. Men were characterized by lower family-work conflict and lower marital satisfaction than women. There were not sex differences related to work-family conflict and job satisfaction.
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