Nuriye Chelmeche
Department of International Business, Near East University, Turkey
Mustafa Menekay
Department of International Business, Near East University, Turkey

Abstract
Objective: The study aims is to evaluate and determine to what extent work-family conflict affected the quality of work life of doctors working in the Public and University hospitals located within the borders of Tokat province.
Method: The study included nurses within the borders of Tokat province. The study included 292 nurses, 184 (63%) females and 108 (37%) males who were selected using the random sampling method. The Work Quality scale and Work-Family Conflict scale were used in the study. Correlation analysis was used to analyze the data. In the study, the data obtained using the face-to-face survey method were analyzed and interpreted on the SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) program.
Findings: Of the participants 63% were female and 37% male. The rate of married and single participants was 58.9% and 41.1%. The mean age of the study sample was 34.4 years. A correlation analysis was made between work-family conflict and work life quality, a significant relationship was found between them (p <0.05).
Result: According to analysis results, it was concluded that the role conflict of individuals in work and family areas was inevitable and the conflict adversely affected the work and life satisfaction of individuals. As job satisfaction increases, individuals' quality of life increases and they contribute positively to the health, psychological status and social environment of people.

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