The Effects of Work-Leisure Conflict, Work Overload and Work-Family Conflict on Job Embeddedness: Moderating Role of Perceived Supervisor Support

FATHIYAH DAMAR PUTRIWULANDARI, ACHMAD SUDJADI, ADI INDRAYANTO

Abstract

The purpose of this research was to find out the effect of work-leisure conflict, work
overload, work-family conflict on job embeddedness using perceived supervisor support as
the moderating variable. The number of respondents in this research were 81 employees of
Bank Mandiri, Fatmawati. Purposive sampling method is used to determine sample of this
research. Based on result of the research and data analysis using Moderated Regression
Analysis techniques with the help of SPSS software to ran the data, it was revealed that: (1)
work-leisure conflict has a negative and significant effect on job embeddedness, (2) work
overload has no effect on job embeddedness, (3) work-family conflict has a negative and
significant effect on job embeddedness, (4) perceived supervision support did not moderate
the negative effect of work-leisure conflict and work-family conflict on job embeddedness (5)
perceived supervisor support moderate the negative effect of work overload to job
embeddedness.

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