Work Life Balance Case Study

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A STUDY ON WORK LIFE BALANCE OF FEMALE TEACHING FACULTY IN COIMBATORE ENGINEERING COLLEGES Mrs.M.A.Raajarajeswari, Research Scholar, Part Time Ph.D., Cat-B, Bharathiar University, ma.rajeswari@gmail.com, 7708093535 Dr.R.Saravanan, Director,, Holy Grace Academy of Management Studies, Kuruvilassery P.O., Mala, Thrissur Dist.Kerala-680735, saravananrangasamy@yahoo.co.in, 9443267897 Work-Life Balance does not mean an equal balance. The best work-life balance is different for each of us because we all have different priorities and different lives. However, at the core of an effective work-life balance definition are two key everyday concepts that are relevant to each of us. Focusing on Achievement and Enjoyment every day in life helps you avoid the "As Soon As Trap", the life dulling habit of planning on getting around to the joys of life and…show more content…
However Kossek & Lambert (2005) implied that employees also benefit from work-life balance outcomes where workers experience lower level of stress, reduce work and non-work conflicts and constrains and have greater autonomy and flexibility in achieving work-life balance. Gender and Work Life Balance: The early version of working in society was composed that men were the dominant ones towards work while women were distinguished as housewives, however the structure of that conception has dramatically change where women are just as equal to men in aspect of professionals. Friedman & Greenhaus (2000) noted that women make up half the workforce and is increasing in higher levels whereas there is fewer pressure on men categorized has the sole breadwinner. Korabik et al., (2008 pp.223) stated that the "gender role ideology" conceptualized the tradition that women should give priority to family responsibilities and men to work
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