Impact of Work Life Balance and Stress Management on Job Satisfaction among the Working Women Inpublic Sector Banks
In today's competitive environment, work life balance and stress management for women employees is highly desirable and if there is no job satisfaction and regularity in life, it can create a problem for working women. Stress of work life balance is seen in every corner of the world which occurs to everyone. It becomes critical when there is no job satisfaction. Work life balance requires, getting stability between professional work and personal work, so that it reduces friction between official and domestic life. The final performance of any organization depends on the performance of its employees, which in turn depends on several factors. These factors can be related to job satisfaction. An empirical study is conducted among the working women of public sector banks with the purpose of assessing impact of work life balance and stress management on job satisfaction. Secondary data is used to understand and conclude the study. Observation during the study suggests that WLB and Stress management can be achieved by the factors responsible for job satisfaction such as: encouraging social groups, accommodating working conditions, mentally challenging work, impartial rewards and employee oriented policies etc. To conclude the study, it is suggested that Work-Life Balance and stress management is not a problem to be solved, it is a constant issue to be managed. (original abstract)
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