Work-family conflict among Indonesian working couples: In relation to work and family role importance, support, and satisfaction
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Over the past two decades, the number of women entering the labour market has grown sharply in Indonesia. This led to a situation in which many couples experience work-family conflicts. Work-family conflicts can occur in two directions, work-to-family (WFC) and family-t... View more
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