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An empirical research on quality of work-life - an employee perspective
by G. Swarochi; A. Seema; S. Sujatha
International Journal of Management Development (IJMD), Vol. 2, No. 1, 2018

 

Abstract: The main purpose of the study is to understand the degree to which the quality of work-life of employees at the organisation helps in turn reflecting terms of satisfaction and improving their organisational effectiveness. Owing to the drastic changes in the technology and intensified global competition has changed the work-pressure of employees at workplace. In the modern times, the topic on quality of work-life has received ample attention among the employer perspective. In order to retain the talented and skilled employees at work, organisations need to focus their attention towards in bringing a balance between work-life and personal life among the employees. The underlying concept of work-life balance will help ultimately in ensuring quality of worklife of employees at workplace. Convenient sampling method was adopted for the study. Out of 300 working employees in Kelly Services, India, a proportionate allocation of 10% was chosen as respondents and interviewed in Kelly Services, Hyderabad. The study result shows a relationship between variables on satisfaction level of employees.

Online publication date: Mon, 16-Jul-2018

 

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