Effect of Stress as a Moderator Variable in Relationship between Work-Life Balance and Academic Performance (Study of Masters Management Students at the Faculty of Economics, Andalas University)


Authors : Dara Finanda, Harif Amali Rivai.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 5 - May

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This study is intended to examine the role of stress variables as a moderator variable between worklife balance and academic performance of MM FE Unand students. The object of the study was students of the Management Masters of the Faculty of Economics, Andalas University (MM FE Unand) who were still active until 2018 as many as 223. The sample of 132 students was selected based on the purposive sampling method. Hypothesis testing is done by using regression analysis with the SPSS program. The results showed that Work-life balance positively and significantly affected academic performance. Stress levels are positively and significantly affect academic performance. The stress level does not moderate the effect of work-life balance on academic performance.

Keywords : WLB, Work-life Balance, Stress, Academic Performance.

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