Work–family conflict is a kind of interrole conflict that happens when the requests of work and family roles disagreement each other. The present study explored the relationship between work-family conflict and job stress using a field sample. Sample for the present study consisted of employees working in the tourism sector in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. Factor analysis, correlation analysis and regression analysis were conducted on the data gathered. The result of analysis indicated that time-based, strain-based and behavior-based work interference with family and time-based and behavior-based family interference with work were significantly related to time-based job stress, whereas strain-based family interference with work was not found to be related significantly with time-based job stress. Also, both strain-based and behavior-based work interference with family were significantly related to anxiety-based job stress, whereas time-based work interference with family and strain-based and time based family interference with work were not found to be related significantly with anxiety-based job stress.
Work-Family Conflict, Job Stress