TRIPLE ROLES CONFLICT ON WOMEN’S CAREER PERFORMANCE: A LITERATURE REVIEW

Yeyen Komalasari

Abstract


Triple roles conflict triggers to performance of women’s career within the organization. Basically, this concept explains that when triple roles conflict is able to determine their performance. This research aims to examine gaps in the women’s career performance within the organizational. The study analyzed findings of other conceptual and empirical studies. The result of the study demonstrates two important things. First, the role conflict of women not only comes from two domains, i.e. work-family, but also from three domains, namely Triple Roles Conflict i.e. work-family-culture. Second, the role conflict contributes to women’s career performance. The practical implication of this research is to increase women's self-confidence based on the principle of gender equality for pursuing their performance. For the company, the results of this study can be used as reference in drafting a policy in the field of employment to give tolerance for barriers women on their performance. Keywords: triple roles conflict, women, career, performance

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