The challenge to balance the roles between work and family for employees is influenced by various factors ranging from organizational and individual aspects. Occupational self-efficacy is an individual factor that predict of work-family balance. The purpose of this study is to empirically examine the relationship between work-family balance with occupational self-efficacy. This study uses two instruments including the work-family balance scale and occupational self-efficacy scale. Partisipants in this study were 138 employees. The results of the Spearmen Rho’s analysis showed that occupational self-efficacy had a significant correlation with work-family balance (p=0.00, p0.05).
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