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Examining the Relationship between Work-family conflict and Organisational role stress among women professionals in Chennai city
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Mrs.R.Muzhumathi, Prof.Dr. K. Jawahar Rani
: Organisational role stress, Women Professionals, Work-family conflict.
The aim of the present research paper is undertaken to address specific problems of women professionals in Chennai city related to work family conflict and organisational role stress. Work-family conflict is an inter-role conflict that arises due to confl
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