Journal of Emerging Economies and Islamic Research
Volume 2, Number 1, Year 2014
The purposes of this study were to determine the perception of leaders on work-family conflict among subordinates, the influence of the status or condition of subordinates and the influence of leader’s perceptions of work-family conflict experienced by subordinates against superior perceptions on the former nomination and promotion. The research was conducted in Denpasar, Badung, Gianyar, and in the Province of Bali. The respondents were the super-ordinates holding Echelon II, III, and IV both 40 men and women, with each having 1-3 subordinates, totaling 111 people. The method of sampling used was non-probability sampling, and data were collected via questionnaire method and interviews. Statistical analysis technique used was multiple linear regression. The results of the study showed among others that female employee has work-family conflict higher than male, the differing conditions have a significant effect on the perception of leaders on work-family conflict experienced by subordinates and such perceptions significantly influence the nomination and promotion of subordinates. As a result, the recommendations for the study include empowerment for both men and women, staff mobility as an important agenda in terms of the suitability of employees at work. Additionally, there should be active participation of the male-female employee in the domestic affair which can be accomplished jointly with husband-wife cooperation.