The Relationship between Work-Family Facilitation and Organizational Commitment: Moderating Effect of Perceived Organizational Support

일-가정 촉진과 조직몰입 간의 관계: 조직지원인식의 조절효과

  • Jung, Se-Hee (Dept. of Business Administration, Dong-A University) ;
  • Son, Ah-Jin (Dept. of Business Administration, Dong-A University) ;
  • Cha, Yunsuk (Dept. of Business Administration, Dong-A University)
  • Received : 2013.11.11
  • Accepted : 2013.12.20
  • Published : 2013.12.28


This study defined that the construct of work-family is not the opposite meaning but the construct having positive synergy effects each other. For more meaningful implications to HR partitioner in the era of smart working, Data collection was done from the manufacturing companies in Kyungsangnamdo and hierarchical regression was conducted. we investigated the relationship between work-family facilitation and organizational commitment and moderating effect of perceived organizational support between work-family facilitation and organizational commitment. Based on the result, we have proposed some implications. First, we should study more detail processes between work-family facilitation and organizational commitment not only continuous commitment but also affective and normative commitment. Second, we could know that not only work-family balance but also work-family facilitation could positively impact on organizational commitment, there when we design the job of employees, we should consider the family issues of job holder.


Supported by : 동아대학교


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