Work-life balance as a predictor of organizational commitment: a multidimensional approach

*Stefanus Rumangkit -  Institut Informatika dan Bisnis Darmajaya, Indonesia
Z Zuriana -  Institut Informatika dan Bisnis Darmajaya, Indonesia
Received: 5 Nov 2018; Published: 30 Jun 2019.
Open Access Copyright 2019 Diponegoro International Journal of Business

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Abstract
The article investigates the relationship between dimensions of work-life balance (time balance, involvement balance, and satisfaction balance) on organizational commitment. Employee at one of the hotels in Bandarlampung, Lampung, Indonesia, were surveyed and a total of 60 useable questionnaires were returned. We employed multiple regression analysis on those data and found that the time balance, involvement balance, and satisfaction balancepositively affected the organizational commitment.
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work-life balance; time balance; involvement balance; satisfaction balance; organizational commitment

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