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To organize and make meaning of the data, both descriptive and inferential statistics have been used. Mean scores and standard deviations of job satisfaction and satisfaction with work-life balance WLB were computed for all the 29 countries. Correlation analysis was used to discern and test for the correlations among the variables of interest. Independent samples t-test was used to compare countries with high power distance and those with low power distance on job satisfaction and satisfaction with work-life balance WLB. Findings: Mean scores of job satisfaction and satisfaction with WLB and correlation coefficients between the two varied across the countries under study as expected. Mean scores of job satisfaction ranged from 6. Similarly, mean scores of satisfaction with WLB varied from 6.
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In this study, we examined whether the associations between working hours, job satisfaction, and work-life balance are mediated by occupational stress. In addition, we tested whether perceived time control helps moderate the effects of working hours and occupational stress. Questionnaires were administered to respondents working in the high-tech and banking industries. Analyses were then conducted on the data. The analysis revealed significant correlations between long working hours and both occupational stress and work-life balance, as well as between occupational stress and both work-life balance and job satisfaction.
Background: The care purpose of this study is to determine impact of work life imbalance on employee job satisfaction in non-clinical staff at Tertiary Health Care Center, Delhi. The data was collected according to the Factors involved which are work life balance and job satisfaction with respect to flexible working condition, suitable salary structure and long working hours. Methods: A sample of 12 Non clinical employees gathered through Non random sampling which has been provided the basis for analysis. Results: The correlation results show that there is significant positive relationship exist between job satisfaction and work life imbalance of Non clinical staff of Oncology Department of Tertiary Health Care Center. Conclusion: A balance between work and non-work aspects is essentially required for both employees and employers.
This is partially due to the dominating presence of millennials in the workforce. Work-life balance is an important aspect of a healthy work environment. Maintaining work-life balance helps reduce stress and helps prevent burnout in the workplace. Chronic stress is one of the most common health issues in the workplace. It can lead to physical consequences such as hypertension, digestive troubles, chronic aches and pains and heart problems.
The findings show that Work Life Balance (WLB) is significantly and positively correlated with job satisfaction. In addition, telework and an open office environment.
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