THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORKAHOLISM AND WORK FAMILY CONFLICT: A RESEARCH IN THE AVIATION INDUSTRY
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Keywords:Workaholicism, Work Family Conflict, Civil Aviation Management
Today, organizations' desire to do more work with fewer employees causes employees to work more intensely than before. Even though the concept of workaholicism, which often affects human health, happiness and relationships with the people around them without interruption, seems to be a positive thing that increases productivity for the employer, in fact, in the long term, there are also negative sides that may cause a family conflict, harm the employee and his family. In this study, the effects of workaholics on family and individual were tried to be revealed and it was aimed to understand the relationships between workaholics and work-family conflict. In this context, in this study, the relationship between workaholic and work-family conflict was examined through the sample of aviation personnel working at the airport. The purpose of the study in this direction; is to investigate the relationship between workaholicism and work-family conflict. As a result of the research, it has been determined that there is a positive relationship between workaholic and work-family conflict in terms of both direct and sub-dimensions. In addition, it was determined that there was a significant difference between demographic factors and gender factor and workaholicism, and in terms of marital status and educational factors, there was a significant difference between both workaholicism and work-family conflict. It was revealed that there was no significant difference with other demographic factors
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