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Work Life Balance Factors of Women in Unorganised Sector and Its Impact on Performance Related Outcome Variables: A Cross Correlation Study

Journal of Hospitality Application and Research

Volume 12 Issue 1

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: P. Srinivasa Sastry, P. Nagajyothi | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Guide & Principal Mallareddy Institute of Business Management, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
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The issue of work-life balance has become the hot topic in the current day scenario. Sverko et al (2002) emphasized that change in technology, values and demographic trends contributed to the emergent relevance of work-life balance in industrialized societies. It is supplemented by other factors which include increasing complexity of work, change in nature of family and the extended number of women entering the workforce. Work-life balance refers to the divergence between the work place demands and the demands of personal life. The present study is descriptive in nature. The variables influencing the work life balance are purely tested and the relationship may be varying from sample to sample. The factors influencing the work life balance are work environment factors and job related factors. The correlation between the selected variables is tested in the current paper. The various factors of work life balance observed in the study, are highly correlated with each other and have a reasonably good level of significance.

Keywords: Self Management, Social Skills, Job Stress, Work Related Outcomes, Performance

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