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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



A Study On Recent Trends In Hrm With Special Reference To Work Life Balance

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AUTHOR(S)

M. Swetha

 

KEYWORDS

Work Life Balance, Married and Unmarried, Demographical, Emotional, Intelligent, Internal and External.

 

ABSTRACT

Employee work Life balance is a key impact in achieving organizational and individual goals. This article emphasis on study of the persuade of Emotional, Demographical, Organizational Support, Work Engagement and Technology Advancement on Employees Work-Life, and how married and unmarried men and women react and respond differently for the influence of Working Culture, Internal, and External Environment. The objective of the study is to understand and analyze the Demographical, Emotional; Intelligent factors that Influence, the Work Life Balance. The other objective of this study is to understand the difference between IT and non IT, MARRIED and UNMARRIED Life Balancing Act. The primary data was collected through structured questionnaire with the sample size of 500 by adopting convenience Sampling. Convenience Sampling was used in selecting Participants, the study sample size consists of full time employees from IT and Non IT (Education, Medical, Banking) sectors both Married and Unmarried Men and Women. The questionnaire is designed in 5 point Likert scale, The five dimensions of Emotional and Intelligence Quotient was used which was developed by (Wong Chi Sum, 2007). The information collected was analyzed systematically for the study.

 

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