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Department of environment, Parand Branch, Islamic Azad University, Parand, Iran
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Introduction: Today, work-family conflict and occupational stress are considered as a common and costly problem in work environments. Almost all people are faced with such challenges. Work-family conflict is a sub-set of psychological factors. The main purpose of this research was to measure the correlation among work-family conflict, occupational stress, and incident talent. Moreover, we classified the employees in each of these three variables.
Methods: In order to collect data in this applied research, we used questionnaire. The statistical population included all the employees of a fiber-optic line construction project. A total of 250 samples were selected randomly. Data were analyzed using Spearman correlation test, frequency distribution, mean, and standard deviation.
Results: Findings indicated that job stress and work-family conflict had a positive correlation with the accidental potential among employees. Moreover, we found that among the sub-scales of work-family conflict, the highest score was related to the behavioral conflict in the family (9.19). Among the stress subscales, the highest score was attributed to the job performance subscale (18.43).
Conclusion: The results show that the increased work stress and work-family conflict lead to an increase in the level of incidence. Therefore, a psychologist should be present in the work and training environments to control and manage the stress, divide the family and work duties, address these problems, and reduce the incidents.
 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: safty
Received: 2018/09/8 | Published: 2018/11/15

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