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The Effect Of Perception Of Organizational Politics And Work-Family Conflict On Job Stress And Intention To Quit:The Case Of Adjunct Faculty Members In One State University

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Ekawarna, Farida Kohar



Perception of organizational politics; Work-family conflict; Job stress; Intention to quit.



This study aimedat analyzing the influence of perception of organizational politics (POPs) and work-family conflict (WFC)on job stress (JS) and intention to quit (ItQ) within the setting of adjunct faculty at Jambi university. POPs and WFC were studied as work-level antecedents, with JS being individual-level antecedentsandItQbeing the consequence of POPs and WFC. An inferential research design through a cross-sectional study was used sincethe data were collected at one point in time. It was conducted on adjunct faculty from 13 faculties at Jambi university by filling an online questionnaire. 192 adjunct lecturers were taken as respondents (44% male, 56% female). The findings imply that POPs have a direct influence on JS and ItQ. POPsalso have an indirect influence onItQ through JS. Similarly, WFC has a direct influence on JS and ItQ. It also has an indirect influence onItQ through JS while JShas a direct influence onItQ. It suggests university leaders need to reconsider and / or restructure the work environment - and to start an organization effectiveness program. The work environment is the source of JS and ItQ. Redesigning work and arranging flexible schedules may reduce JS and ItQ.



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