Defining Work Life Balance Work life balance can be defined as the extent to which an individual is equally engaged in their work life and personal life (Greenhause, Collins, & Shaw, 2003). The opposite of this is work life conflict, which is when work is interferes with family life, and vice versa (Harris, Marrett, & Harris, 2011). Work life conflict is experienced when demands from one role interfere with participation or performance of the other role (Greenhaus and Beutell, 1985). When employee gives an extra time and energy into work role, the family role will suffer and vice versa. Importance of Work Life Balance Work- life balance benefits includes reduced work-family conflict (Thomas and Ganster, 1995), increased job satisfaction (Thompson
Beckton 1. Employees of this organization are characterized by high reluctance and strong lack of job satisfaction. There is a general dissatisfaction among them, that can be seen poor communication between the management and workers, and Human Resource seems to not understand the benefits resulting from the motivation of employees. The diagnosis of these problems will allow the organizations on the exact analysis of the reasons cause dissatisfaction, if management board understands how important it is job satisfaction will allow them to create a motivation system, which should effect on improvement of job satisfaction and following on the job performance. The creation of such a motivation system through rewards and development will have a positive impact on the development of motivation level and job satisfaction and following on the job performance.
The workplace is the employee stock source, while the attention is more focused on bureaucratic aspects than on clinical parameters. The worker is in a constant state of tension which, if not be able to manage it properly, may lead to frustration and resignation. ‘Defense trailing’ phase: This is the stage where it made changes in attitude and behavior of the worker, who gradually disinvestment emotional work and expresses cynicism and apathy for others. These changes help reduce the physical and psychological consequences that occur, hoping to enable the worker to survive professionally. (Cherniss, 1980, as cited in Theophilus, 2009) 5) The Model of Pines
When family life interferes with work demands The second type of work family conflict is when the family life and its situations are brought in the work activities that start affecting work performance of individual at workplace. This interference also leads to the strong disturbance. Absent on meeting or can be late, not fulfillment of the commitments in time, the late projects, high salary demands, not completing assignment in time etc ,in short all these factors disturb the physical and mental performance. It is also called Family–work conflict (FWC) is also a type of inter-role conflict in which family and work responsibilities are not compatible. FWC is more likely to exert its negative influences in the home domain, resulting
Self-efficacy is referred to as an individual’s self-belief in his ability to accomplish particular tasks and it has been related with workplace performance, the experience of stress, burnout, and role adjustments. Given it is persuasive role on performance; therefore, it is serious important for managers or bosses to know the role of self-efficacy within the workplace (Talkdesk, 2013). Self-efficacy affects employees’ performance in workplace in the various ways, such as; Self-efficacy views disturb the choices one has to make and the opinion of trial of their goals and their level of obligation to individual goals. Now with that being said, employees with low levels of self-efficacy tend to choose less challenging goals for themselves and the employees with high level of self-efficacy tend to choose more challenging goals for him. Secondly, Employees perform and use effort at levels dependable with
Literature Review Work–family conflict occurs when there are incompatible demands between the work and family roles of an individual that makes participation in both roles more difficult. Family-work conflict is also regarded as a type of inter-role conflict in which family and work responsibilities are mutually
5. Provide Competitive Benefits to the employees fair wage systems are very important but competitive wages which will increases the satisfaction level of the employees. If benefits package is lee, workers may look for other opportunities with firms that are more generous. Beyond insurance, benefits such as flexy time wages, paid holidays and personal days are important factors to employee satisfaction. 6.
Whilst stress becomes extreme, employees develop several of stress symptoms that can lower their performance and health and even intimidate their ability to deal with up with the situation. Work stress has become a familiar term in today’s parlance. In every organization, the major cause of shortfall in productivity is because of stress at workplace. Human resources need assured kind of motivation and work stress mitigating ways to overcome their stress. This research is focused to look at the major factors causing work stress and explain how it have an effect on job performance of the
STRESS MANAGEMENT IN MODERN DAY ORGANISATIONS. INTRODUCTION: Stress management in organizations means various psychotherapies and techniques used to control an individual’s stresslevel. Stress management is important in organizations because if in an organization workers will be stressed, then such workers will work demotivated, inefficiently. And thus, such organizations are not very successful in modern day competitive world. Therefore, in order to improve functioning and productivity of employees as well as to maintain good relationship with co-workers and employers companies have to undertake stress management programs.
When a person gives away his time by performing one role makes it really tough for the same person to give his time to other role. Moreover, when the person is already preoccupied with one role, it can affect a person’s availability to do the work/tasks that are related to other role, also if the person is present physically. The disagreement because of the tension among the roles results when the stress created while doing one role affects the way in which the person tries to fulfill the demand of the other roles (Ruth et. Al., 2007). For example when you have fatigue or you face stress during work it can affect your family life at home or vice