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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Human Resource Work-Life Balance and Job Satisfaction in Pharmaceutical Counselling Services at Cendrawasih University, Papua - Indonesia

Author: FERDINAND RISAMASU, OSCAR OSWALD OKTOVIANUS WAMBRAUW
Abstract: This study is a replication of the conceptual model of empirical studies in Pharmaceutical Counselling Services at Cendrawasih University, Papua- Indonesia. It aims analyzing the impact of role conflict, both on the balance of work-life and on job satisfaction, directly or indirectly. It is expected to reduce the gap between existing empirical studies. This study used a quantitative approach using one-shot study. The data were collected using questionnaire instruments and unstructured interviews. The population in this study were 80 lecturers at the Faculty of Economics and Business and Pharmaceutical at Cendrawasih University, Papua- Indonesia. The sampling method used wastheprobability sampling method through cluster random sampling technique. Testing research data was started by testing of research instruments followed by path analysis. The results of the current research prove that the role conflict has a negative and significant effect on work-life balance and a negative effect. However, the effect is not significant on job satisfaction. Moreover, work-life balance has a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction. It also proves that role conflict has an indirect effect on job satisfaction through work-life balance.
Keyword: Role Conflict, Work-life Balance, Job Satisfaction, Pharmaceutical Counselling Services.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.258
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