An empirical study on work life balance of public sector employees
by J. Padmini
International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management (IJETM), Vol. 20, No. 5/6, 2017

Abstract: Work life balance has turned into an imperative issue in the 21st century. Work and family life are two sides of an indistinguishable coin from both are interconnected and meddle with each other. Expanded work requests meddle with family life and then again, family requests meddle with the work life of employees. In this way, clashes happen, which adversely influence an employee's performance at work and also at home. Taking a gander at the pattern, organisations have progressively begun to take a dynamic enthusiasm for executing rehearses that empower employees to adapt to the work life balance issues. The review endeavoured to investigate the work life balance practices of chosen public sector undertaking. The finding proposed that public sector undertaking in India have understood that work life balance practices are pivotal for organisational performance.

Online publication date: Mon, 23-Apr-2018

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