Work-family Conflict: The Role of Organizational Supportive Perception in Turnover Intention (Case study of nurses of Tehran’s hospitals



In recent year's significant attention has been given to the interference between individual’s family and work roles, which has been studied under the general rubric of work-family conflict (WFC). There are numerous interactions between nurses and customer’s organization in hospitals. Therefore employee (nurses) have important role in quality of serving to customers. In this article investigate relationship of organizational supports, work-family conflict and intention turnover using a sample of nurses in Tehran hospitals. The results of the path analysis indicate that organizational support alleviates nurses’ conflict and reduces intention turnover. Results show that work-family conflict and family-work conflict positively correlate with intention turnover.