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THE EFFECTS OF WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT ON THE WORK PERFORMANCE OF MARRIED FEMALE MILITARY PERSONNEL OF THE PHILIPPINE AIR FORCE

Volume: 136  ,  Issue: 1 , November    Published Date: 14 November 2023
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 191  ,  Download: 108 , Pages: 229 - 249    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP10013611120235644

Authors

# Author Name
1 CHRISTINE LACORTE PEPITO

Abstract

Women have long penetrated this patriarchal society. In the Philippine Air Force, the presence of women personnel has been beneficial for a decade. However, there is one facet of being a woman that cannot be separated this is when a female soldier becomes a mother. The majority of working women struggle to strike a balance between work and family, which can cause stress and work-family conflict. This study aimed to address the issues and concerns of married female military personnel regarding the effects of work-family conflict on their work performance. Using descriptive research design, 426 married female military personnel participated in the study. Results revealed that the family factor and work factors significantly affect the job experience, job satisfaction and work performance. However, the factors effect on commitment to the military is not statistically significant.s Furthermore, job experience affects job satisfaction, which significantly affect commitment to the military. Finally, the respondents commitment to the military significantly affects their work performance. The respondents responses to the open-ended questions further issues and concerns of women personnel, providing opportunity for progression changes, and shedding light as to how the organization can the PAF will have the opportunity to maximize the full potential of its personnel and increase their work performance.

Keywords

  • Work-family conflict
  • military personnel
  • work performance