Following the acceptance that survival within the FINTECH organisation depended largely on creativity of the employees, and that this also could be influenced by dispositional and contextual factors, the study examined these factors across two West African Countries, Nigeria and Republic of Benin. The study was guided by psycho-cultural, componential and systemic theories of creativity, Using participants from Lagos and Cotonou of 236 male employees and 171 female employees of Fintech across the countries. All predictor variables (commitment to marriage, familism, marital satisfaction, & religiosity) significantly related to creativity among married employees in both Lagos and Cotonou. It was found that commitment to marriage, familism, marital satisfaction, and religiosity along with divorce proneness (the mediator) jointly predicted creativity among married employees of FINTECH in both Lagos and Cotonou. More importantly, the introduction of divorce proneness as a mediator significantly reduced the extents of relationships between commitment to marriage, familism, marital satisfaction, and religiosity; and creativity. Generally, findings of this study provide a framework for understanding how familial factors contribute to variation in levels of creativity for effectiveness in organization and demonstrates the importance of divorce proneness toward linking familial variables and workplace outcomes.