Working Father and their Perceived Work – Life Balance with Special Reference to Hyundai Motors (I) Private Limited at Chennai
International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research & Development (IJASRD), 02 (01/I), [Special Issue – Mar’ 2015], pp. 54 – 63.
10 Pages Posted: 7 Aug 2019
Date Written: March 9, 2015
Due to the continuous work load pressure leads to increase the employee stress factors. The continuous increase of employee stress levels affects their health physically, mentally and psychologically. The impact of the job stress is not balancing the employee work – life. On behalf of! The stress most of the employees are consuming the alcoholic beverage to overcome the stress. By comparing life as a cycle, one wheel is a work and another wheel is a family life. Both the wheel should run parallel. If load increases on one side, then the life becomes unbalanced. The purpose of this study is to explore employees “use of tactics to manage their work and life stress; particularly the executive level employees” use of resources and social support as well as their perceptions of flexibility. For this research work researcher adopts Proportionate Stratified Random Sampling method to collect the data. A total of 184 executive level employees in Hyundai Motors India Limited was administered work life balancing scales. Chi – square analysis and multiple regression were used for data analysis. The chi – square analysis test for independence at 0.05 level of significance shows that there is no statistically significant association between experiences with their feeling about balancing work life. The result of regression analysis indicated that there is no statistically significant difference between participant’s opinions towards the initiative action taken by the organization to manage their employee work life balance. On the basis of these findings, found that the participants are saying that they are balancing their career and lifestyle with the support of family members.
Keywords: Employee Engagement, Job Stress, Work Stress, Occupational Stress, Job Satisfaction, Work Life Balance, Work Life Conflict, Working Time Arrangements
JEL Classification: J28, J81, I12, M10, Z22
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