Relationship between Self Efficacy and Work Family Conflict With Career Commitments for Mothers Who Work as Nurses
This study aims to determine the correlation between self-efficacy and work-family conflict with the career commitment to the mother who worked as a nurse at Catholic Hospital Surabaya. The study involved 145 female nurses in the hospital medical-surgical room. The research instruments used are career commitment scale, self-efficacy scale and work-family conflict scale. Analysis of the data used using regression analysis techniques. The result of research data analysis by using regression analysis showed F = 69,454 with p = 0 (p <0,01) which means that self-efficacy and work-family conflict contribute simultaneously and significantly to career commitment. While the correlation between self-efficacy with career commitment obtained t = 11,318 with p = 0,000 (p <0.01) which means there is a very significant relationship between self-efficacy with career commitment on the mother who worked as a nurse. The correlation between work-family conflict with career commitment was obtained t = 2,134 and p = 0,035 (p <0,05), meaning that there is a significant correlation between work-family conflict with a career commitment to mother who works as a nurse.