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Introduction: Trade and economic globalization, and social change - economic factor that leads to the formal entry into the world of work and entrepreneurship of women outside the family environment.
Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between five personality traits, social support and sexual stereotypes with work-family conflict in entrepreneurship women.
Method: Sixty members of entrepreneurship women in Arak, Iran, completed Work-Family Conflict Scale, NEO-Personality Inventory Revised, Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support and sexual stereotypes scale.
Results: The analyses by Pearson correlation showed that neuroticism had a positive relationship with work-family conflict and extroversion while consciousness had a negative relationship with work-family conflict. Regression analysis showed that work-family conflict significantly predicted consciousness and support by friends (R2= 0/216). Also, family-work conflict predicted social support by family and extroversion (R2= 0/464).
Calculation: Social support from family and significant others, conscientiousness and extraversion personality traits have critical roles in Work - Family Conflict.