KONFLIK PERAN GANDA PADA DOSEN AKUNTANSI SEMASA PANDEMI COVID-19
Keywords:Sex, Marital Status, Work-Family Conflict
This study aims to investigate the impact of marital status and the moderating effect of sex toward workfamily conflict among lecturers of accounting in Indonesia. This quantitative research was conducted using survey using Carlson et al. (2000) scale of work-family conflict, which include six dimension indicators. Based on the survey’’s result on 72 respondents, this study showed that work-family conflict among accounting lecturers was negatively affected by their marital status, regardless their sex. Nevertheless, sex can moderate the effect of marital status on work-family conflict positively. In the context of teleworking, this research can contribute to new insights of literature about how marital status and sex can affect workfamily conflict.