Private Life Versus Social Work

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Introduction: In the modern society, there are many challenges to face with the evolving patterns of work and personal aspects of life. This gives rise to manage both personal work and professional tasks. With the increase in number of working women, the growing figures of families in which both spouses work, there have been many changes in the traditional family unit and the progressive ageing of the population (Kreitner& Kinicki, 2004).All these facts highlight a command need for reconciliation between work and private life. Hence there is a radical change in the values and importance that people attribute to their job (Smola and Sutton 2002)
High scoring targets and pressure at work have intensified in the past decades. Due to this situation work dominates
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(1-tailed) 0.01
Personal Life Interference With Work Pearson Correlation -.194* Sig. (1-tailed) 0.00
Work/Personal Life Enhancement Pearson Correlation .101* Sig. (1-tailed) 0.00
*. Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (1-tailed).
**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (1-tailed).
The above table, explained the relation between WLB dimensions and Job Embededness, among WLB, the first two constructs are negatively related namely Work Interference With Personal Life and Personal Life Interference With Work with Job Embededness which is-.028 and -.194 respectively. Work Personal life Enhancement is positively related with Job Embededness which is, .101. All the relation are statistically significant at least 5% level. Therefore H2 is accepted.

H3 - There is relationship between Org commitment and Job Embededness
Ha - There is no relationship between Org commitment and Job Embededness

Job Embededness
Organization Commitment Pearson Correlation .274** Sig. (1-tailed) .000
*. Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (1-tailed).
**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level

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