Table 9 shows the measures offered by the organizations in helping the employees to manager work-life balance 90 percent of the respondents, mention time off for emergencies are one of the initiatives which will help them in managing work-life balance. Evidence this literature, your community learn about faith and investing glossary on evidence lacking in effect of literature review work-life balance study entitled, no jhumpa lahiri is higher than moms do their dual-career couples and work out in bestselling romantic literature is, marriage life. Recommended citation roth, kelly, systematic review of literature concerning lesbian and gay work-life balance (2015) university of tennessee honors thesis projects.
Work-life balance policies, workplace culture, childcare and maternity issues can have a special resonance for those who are facing a crisis pregnancy as the report suggests, a supportive workplace culture, measures that promote work-life balance. Although the term work-family/life balance is widely employed, an agreed definition of this term has proved elusive instead, an array of definitions and measures populate the literature. Ken roberts 2007 project which work and help for france, work-life balance - largest database of working life balance of the literature search definitely work life among the work/family roles feb 15. A review of the work-life literature reveals that work life balance initiatives can be broadly divided into four dominant categories which include flexible working arrangement (home working, compressed hours) leave arrangement (annual leave, parental leave) dependent.
Work life balance to improve the productivity and employee retention at safexpress, project report, factors contributing to work life balance of employees, increase the employee productivity 12 review of literature 13 company profile 21 objectives of the study 22 scope of the study. Work-life practices and organizational performance 1 running head: work-life practices and organizational performance making the link between work-life balance practices and organizational performance work-life practices and organizational performance 2 of disciplines contributing to the work-life balance practice literature, the wide. Llopis (2012) draws attention to the increasing relevance of the work-life balance problem for modern employees and stresses its negative impact on the level of employee motivation specifically, llopis (2012) reasons that unless employees achieve an adequate level of work-life balance in personal level, management investment on the level of.
The literature shows that work-life balance is a central issue affecting wellbeing, as family and work are the most important elements of everyone’s life. Work-life balance can be defined as “conceptualised as a two way process involving a consideration of the needs of employees as well as those of employers” (lewis, 2000: p105) it’s the satisfactory level or fit between the multiple roles in a person’s life. Work-place culture & work-life balance policies & practices followed in industries in order to promote employee engagement in their organizations to increase their employees’ productivity and retain them work-life balance is key driver of employees’ satisfaction employee engagement: a literature review, engagement , 2(1).
Mukhtar, farah, work life balance and job satisfaction among faculty at iowa state university (2012)graduate theses and literature review 11 introduction 11 work life balance 12 academics 16 job satisfaction 19 work-life balance satisfaction which in turn influences their occupational attitudes such as . Literature review work-life balance according to clark (2000) work-life balance is a phenomenon that hitting of balancing of ideal between professional life of an individual and their personal. Organisations and employees to achieve a better work life balance and job satisfaction a self-administered questionnaire was distributed randomly to a sample of 195 full-time employees used in this study and data collected accordingly.
Literature review on quality of work life and their dimensions radha yadav1, ashu khanna2 1research scholar, indian institute of technology, roorkee, life span, work life balance, adequate and fair compensation, social integration support used as dimensions of qwl and four major dimensions of csr, namely: economic, environmental, social and. Work-life balance practices are deliberate organizational changes in programs or organizational culture that are designed to reduce work-life conflict and enable employees to be more effective at work and in other roles. Review of related literature is an important step in undertaking research it helps in clarifying and defining the problem, stating objectives, formulating hypotheses, selecting appropriate design. Project report on work life balance pdf conducted an initial literature review for this project that fed into this reportproject based managerial employees within the private and public sectors of the study are consistent with those of other researchers who report that job culture that is supportive of employees work-life balance would.
A literature review on training & development and quality of work life ms pallavi p kulkarni, assistant professor, mes night college, aabasaheb garware campus, • employees are able to balance their work life and personal life in a better manner which leads to reduction of stress. 2 1 introduction the aim of this chapter is to review the already available literature relating to my present study main purpose is to evaluate how women balance their work and family. The constructs of qwl discussed are health and well-being, job security, job satisfaction, competency development, work and non-work life balance the article concludes that qwl from the perspective of it professionals is challenging both to the individuals and organizations.