The Impact of Work-Family Conflict and Emotional Intelligence on Nurse’s Performance at Dr. Pirngadi Hospital Medan
Keywords:Emotional intelligence; Performance; Work-family conflict;
Objective: The study was to identify the impact of work-family conflict (WFC) and emotional intelligence
(EI) on the performance of nurses at Dr. Pirngadi Hospital Medan.
Methods: Quantitative correlation descriptive with a cross-sectional design was applied in this study. The
population of the research is 115 nurses. Data were analyzed by using the Spearmen correlation coefficient
Results: The results show that both WFC and EI impact on the performance of nurses at Dr. Pirngadi
Hospital Medan. Mostly nurses (69.6 %) were highly impacted by WFC and 67.8 % of them were in the low
level of EI.
Conclusion: The factor which impacts on the performance of nurses at Dr. Pirngadi Hospital Medan is
dominated by emotional intelligence. Nurses should distinguish between a housewife and a nurse.
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