Precursors Of Emotional Stability, Stress, And Work-Family Conflict Among Female Bank Employees

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Clifford Kendrick Hlatywayo
Tawanda Zingwe
Tatenda Shaleen Mhlanga
Bukhosi Dumoluhle Mpofu


Work-Family Conflict, Stress, Emotional Stability, Neuroticism, Banks, Females


Women exposure to quality education and equity legislation has accelerated their participation in the workplace. The study investigated the relationship between emotional stability, stress, and work-family conflict among female bank employees in the border region of the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Findings highlighted significant positive relationships between work-family conflict, stress, and neuroticism. The findings support most relationships found in literature. Correlations were also found amongst biographical data of female banking employees. The implications of this study are discussed along with recommendations for future research and professional managerial practice.


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