WORK LIFE BALANCE IN CURRENT TIMES ACROSS SECTORS (2020)
Manasvi Mewada, Dr. Shiny Colaco JCR. 2020: 2174-2188
With great success comes great responsibility, but great responsibility results in even greater compromise on work life balance. In today’s fast paced world, where things move in fast track speed, the importance of work life balance is often looked down. Work life balance is extremely crucial for both, business practice as well as personal lives. It is a central issue affecting wellbeing, as family and work are the most important elements of everyone’s life. Any competing demand of both can cause conflict and negatively affect wellbeing of a person. These days jobs look extremely lucrative from the compensation and benefits point of view, but the quality of the work life gets deteriorated eventually. This has a toll on mental health, emotional health and ultimately physical health. Work life satisfaction is a major factor contributing to attrition in current times. This paper aims at throwing light in the current scenario of work life balance throughout the leading sectors and the way to improve it.
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