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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Work-Life Balance Among Migrant Employees In Chennai City

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr.G.Prabu, K.Kalaiarasi

 

KEYWORDS

Migrant Employee, Work life balance, Job Satisfaction, Work environment.

 

ABSTRACT

Work life balance is the interaction between work and other activities that includes family, community, leisure and personal development. Work life balance of the employees helps in dipping the stress stage at work. Companies have realised the importance of the work life balance with respect to the productivity and the creativity of the employees. A lot of migrant employee faces the problem of balancing work and family life. Many multinational companies remain open for 24hrs. Employees need to work in shifts. Day shift and night shift. Night shift employees feel hard to come up with family life and health. After go through International and National reviews Migrant employee usually do not have an intention to stay permanently but they stay the reason for Uneven development is the main reason of migrants along with factors like poverty, landholding system, fragmentations of land, lack of employment opportunities, main objective of the study is to identify the factors that impact the migrant employees work life balance and to analyze the quality of work life among migrant employees. Descriptive method is to be adopted for this study; well-structured questionnaire is framed for collecting samples from the respondent. Migrant employee refers to a person who is engaged or has been engaged in a remunerated activity in a state of which he or she is not a national they work out site of their home town they may be called expatriates or guest workers, Working on a job for a company and making a career can be an extremely time consuming duty for any employee.

 

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