Emotional Intelligence, Work Family Conflict, and Job Satisfaction on Junior High School Teacher’s Performance

Dewie Tri Wijayati, Achmad Kautsar, Karwanto Karwanto


Female workers do not always get the same rights as their male colleagues. Many women are forced to dispel their desires to become structural career women because they are unable to compete with men. Therefore, it is necessary to have clear performance measurements to prove that female teachers also have good performance. The research was conducted using explanatory research with a quantitative approach. The test was conducted by SEM analysis techniques using AMOS. The study found a significant influence between Emotional Intelligence on Job Satisfaction as well as Job Satisfaction on Commitment. In the next test it was found that Job Performance was only influenced by family conflict in a negative direction, while Commitment and Job Satisfaction had no effect on Job Performance.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v9n1p179


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