A Study on Work Life Balance of Employees

P. Praveen Kumar, C.H. Bala Nageshwara Rao, Sathya Narayanan. S

Abstract


As per the survey, employees in India have almost the longest work weeks across the world. Even though technology makes people more accessible and makes work easier, the stress the employees feel after the work makes the door shut to them for their personal life. The women employees suffer the most and the senior or top most employees deal with the problems which relate to their work and forget their personal family life. Organizations can only facilitate, but the initiative should be taken by the employee. The main fact is that employees who work in huge buildings of Indian firms take home huge pay every month. However, when we take a closer look, we see another reality which is not so bright. They need money to live but people forget the family when they involve themselves in their work life. Contract workers who in need to travel to various places ,lose their commitment with the family life .Women employees who work in field of management face several problems in their work life and loses to show their own kind of caring to their beloved ones. The interest of the family members in their own work affects the love the children are in need. The physical and mental fatigue at work makes difficult the responsibilities at home.


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