Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Work-life balance

Work Life Balance and Job Satisfaction among the Working Women in Banking Sector: An Empirical Study with Reference to Bangalore City

Dr. N. Gurunatha Naidu Dr. Parle Kalyan Chakravarthy Dr. Patan Touhid

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 1189-1200
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.091

Work-life balance is one of the supreme challenging issues being encountered by the women employees in the 21st century. Work- life balance means the extent to which the employee feels contented and have his or her needs fulfilled in both professional and personal faces of life. In the recent time the issue of work-life balance has gained more concern due to the reason that an individual’s work life and personal life may present contradictory demands, while demand from both the spheres are equally important.  Work life balance and Job satisfaction are the prominent research studies that most of the companies are investing their time to identify various job satisfaction variables. Present study makes an attempt to study the job stress and the work life balance of women employees working in public sector banks in Bangalore City. The study was carried out on primary data from State bank of India, Indian Overseas Bank and Punjab National Bank with sample of 212. . The data are analyzed using various statistical tools and methods on SPSS 28. Present study reveals that there exists a relationship between job stress and work-life balance among working women in selected banks.


Sunitha K.S; Nikita Gopal

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 22-31
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.04.005

In recent years, there has been increasing focus about how to adjust work and life responsibilities in both scholastic and political discussions. Work from home is one activity that has been advanced as a method of improving the work–life balance [1]. Considering this evidence this paper examines the work-life balance experiences of teachers who are working from home during the outbreak of Covid-19. Using the data from 72 teachers selected randomly from different educational institutions of Kerala, it explores the question of whether working (or not) from home improves or impairs teacher’s capacity to balance their work and life commitments. A Snowball sampling method is adopted for identifying respondents and Chi-square test is used for finding out the variable relationships. The outcomes of the study specify that working from home has a constructive impact on teacher’s work life Balance. In addition, the result also confirms that working from home certainly increases enthusiasm and satisfaction as teachers are getting more time to spend with their family. It is also found that the use of Information Technology tools in managing the life chores has a significant relationship with Work Life Balance

The Effects of Work - Life Balance on the Academic employees’ Performance, Motivation and Job Satisfaction among Private and Public Universities of Kurdistan Region


Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 674-678
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.083

The purpose of this study investigates the effects of work - life Balance on the academic employees’ performance, motivation and job satisfaction among private and public universities of Kurdistan Region. Both qualitative and quantitative research methods were used to obtain empirical outcomes. The questionnaires were distributed to the 396 participants among public and private universities in KRG. The results indicate that the employees of the academic world do face challenges of work-life balance in their careers. These challenges are more difficult on the private university employees than the public employees, and the public employees enjoy a fairly better degree of work-life balance than the private universities, even though the rate of the work-life balance culture within the public universities is not at an acceptable level.

Turnover Intention and Procrastination: Causal Contribution of Work-Life (Im)Balance

Abhishek Sharma; Ankita Sharma

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 1891-1901
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.199

In the changing world of work, including increasing working parents and work from home, work-life balance is receiving increased attention from HR executives looking to improve employee productivity. Talent retention and getting active and responsible contributions from existing employees are permanent concern for organizations because of their high costs and negative consequences. This research aims to investigate the relationship of work-life balance with turnover intention and procrastination. The present study was conducted with 104 office staff working in various business organizations. The results showed a significant relationship between work-life balance and turnover intention and a significant relationship between work-life balance and procrastination. Further regression analysis showed a significant prediction of turnover intention and procrastination by worklife balance. The study's results suggested that work-life balance provisions should be included in organization policy and talent retention strategies.