The Effect of Career- Family Priorities on Life Stress and Job Involvement Service

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https://doi.org/10.48112/tibss.v1i2.543

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This study aimed to investigate how career-family objectives affect life stress, job engagement, service efficacy, and career prospects. This study used Quantitative Exploratory Research method. Using self-administrative survey - as the main method of data gathering - was used to gather data from employees currently serving in private sector organizations in Pakistan. The findings determined that Career-Family priorities are essential for accomplishing strategic objectives. To reduce stress in the workplace by ensuring that employees are happy with their employment and have a pleasant atmosphere to work in. To keep employees, the company should offer those benefits and compensation that are competitive. Additionally, the Supervisor's upbeat demeanour is crucial. The majority of the time, irrelevant job duties create barriers for priorities related to career and family. Designing appropriate and pertinent job involvement is the main task of HRM. Organizations that have healthy internal politics are better able to retain employees over the long run.

Keywords:

Career-family priorities, Job involvement service, Life stress, Professional objectives

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2023-06-30

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Sharif, M. Q. (2023). The Effect of Career- Family Priorities on Life Stress and Job Involvement Service. International Journal of Trends and Innovations in Business & Social Sciences, 1(2), 51–55. https://doi.org/10.48112/tibss.v1i2.543

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