EFFECT OF WORK-LIFE BALANCE ON WORK INVOLVEMENT MEDIATED JOB SATISFACTION AND LIFE SATISFACTION (STUDY ON DENPASAR CLASS I OF CORRECTIONAL CENTER’S EMPLOYEE)
This study aims to examine the effect of work-life balance on work involvement mediated by job satisfaction and life satisfaction in BAPAS Class I Denpasar employees. The sample size used in this study was 50 people with the method of determining the sample, namely saturated sampling. The data were analyzed by using the PLS-based SEM analysis technique. The results showed that work-life balance had an insignificant negative effect on job involvement, job satisfaction had a significant positive effect on job involvement, life satisfaction had a positive and insignificant effect on work engagement, the work-life balance had a significant positive effect on job satisfaction, and work-life balance had a significant positive effect on job involvement. significantly positive on life satisfaction, job satisfaction mediates the effect of work-life balance on work engagement, and life satisfaction does not mediate the effect of work-life balance on work engagement. It is recommended that companies understand the needs of work-life balance, job satisfaction and employee life satisfaction so as to increase work involvement.
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