The Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Neuroticism with Work Engagement and Burnout in Teachers
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This study aims to determine the relationship between Work-Family Conflict, Neuroticism with Work Engagement, and Burnout in teachers. Work-family conflict is a conflict between roles in work and family. The neurotic personality trait has personality traits that are easily anxious, temperamental, self-pitiful, emotional, prone to stress, and sensitive to criticism. Work engagement is a positive state of mind, while burnout is psychological fatigue that arises due to conflict or pressure at work. A purposive sampling technique was used in this study. The respondents of this study consisted of 108 high school teachers. The results of this study indicate that work-family conflict and neurotic personality have a negative relationship with work engagement. This study found that there was no relationship between work-family conflict and burnout. Furthermore, no relationship was found between neuroticism and burnout in high school teachers.
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Kuntari, C. M. I. S. R. (2022). The Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Neuroticism with Work Engagement and Burnout in Teachers. Humanitas (Jurnal Psikologi), 6(3), 301–314. https://doi.org/10.28932/humanitas.v6i3.5646
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