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A Study on Various Aspects of Work-Life Balance Among Employees of Various Private Sector Banks in Andhra Pradesh

OPUS: HR Journal

Volume 5 Issue 1

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Prasanna Kumar, K. Venkateswara Raju | Author(s) Affiliation: K.L.U. Business School, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.
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Abstract

Work-life balance means different things to different people and different things at different stages of life. However, any definition for anyone must include the problems of lack of time and exhaustion. Research indicates that failure to achieve the correct balance of effort and rest is linked to a feeling of lack of control over your workload, plus lack of energy to fulfill personal goals and commitments. If the balance is wrong, the result may include fatigue, poor performance and a poor quality of life. The banking sector has undergone a change over the years, which has put new pressures and realities in front of the bank employees. Banking has changed both in its texture and process significantly in the last few years. They are using the latest technology, which is computer oriented. The orientation has changed from being product-oriented to being customer oriented. Bank Officers have perhaps felt the maximum heat. While the external customers demands better and latest state-of-the-art banking, the internal customers (employees) are burdened with the same working environment and technology to cope up with the competition from the private sector banks. They are giving more targets to the employees for sale of their products. They are putting more pressures on employees towards to reach their goals as well as to meet the tough competition in the present world. Such challenges if not met convincingly, it can lead to frustration, dissatisfaction and improper balances of work life and personal life among the employees with their job. The need for the study is how the employees are balancing their work life and personal life because now a days Jobs have become more complex and employees have been put under pressure to produce quality results in shorter time-frames and with fewer resources that has resulted in a redefinition of normal working hours. If the employees are balancing their work life and personal life through the Job satisfaction, support from the people both in the work life and non-work life.

Keywords: Work-Life, Bank, Personal, Professional, Health, Management

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