A STUDY OF WORK LIFE BALANCE OF TEACHERS WORKING AT UNIVERSITIES IN TAMILNADU

R Gayathiri, Dr, Lalitha Ramakrishnan
2016 International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences Impact Factor-3   unpublished
Since the 1960s, there has been an increasing interest in the conflict between work and family life domains. Several developments, such as, changing economic trends, competitive forces, dominance of services sector, information revolution that has led to 24/7 work models, changes in demographics, increased levels of education and employment of female population, rise of dual-earner families, and changes in the composition of households, have made the work-life balance a pertinent area of
more » ... nent area of concern to scholars, individuals and Universities across the globe. Accordingly, Universities and individuals are making efforts to strike a crucial balance between work and family life by reducing the incompatibilities between the two, i.e. "work-family conflict". Even for a machine to be at its best it requires some downtime and maintenance, so for a human to work at good capacity, caring and nurturing is required. The human machine also needs food, good working condition, rest to recuperate, mental peace and much more to perform at peak capacity. With this background the present study seeks to identify the work life balance status of teachers working in various universities and its relation with their satisfaction level. The researchers has used ANOVA, Chi square for analytical part of the study.
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