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An investigation of the moderating effects of organizational commitment on the relationships between work–family conflict and job satisfaction among hospitality employees in India

An investigation of the moderating effects of organizational commitment on the relationships between work–family conflict and job satisfaction among hospitality employees in India The present study examined the relationships among work–family conflict (WFC), organizational commitment (OC) and job satisfaction (JS) in a hotel setting. Responding to calls in the literature to explore organizational constructs in international settings, data were collected from the employees of a large independently owned and operated hotel in India. Hierarchical linear regression analyses demonstrated that one of two sub dimensions of WFC, namely, family related roles interfering with work related roles (FIW) was negatively associated with JS. Both direct and moderating relationships of three sub dimensions of OC were investigated and it was found that the affective component of OC has stronger direct effects on JS than normative OC; continuance commitment had no effect. The study also revealed that employees’ affective commitment moderates the effects of FIW on JS. The article concludes with implications for hospitality managers and future research directions. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tourism Management Elsevier
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