Impact of Work-Life Balance on Turnover Intentions

Malarout, Namesh and Priyanka, Ranjitha and Kamath, Giridhar B and Shetty, Dasharathraj K (2018) Impact of Work-Life Balance on Turnover Intentions. In: International Conference on Commerce and Pharma Management, 27/09/2018, MAHE, Manipal.

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Work life balance can be understood as the ability of the individual to maintain a balance between work and life. It is affected by the workplace of an individual, and working condition. It includes the quantity of working hours, flexibility of the time, sick and holiday leave provisions. Government policy also plays a major role in this aspect. For example, maternity leave, government provision or subsidisation of child care. Provisions like childcare facilities and breastfeeding facility inside the work place is a boon. In addition, the characteristics of an individual’s life are important determinants of their ability to maintain a balance between work and life. Individuals who have many non-work commitments (either permanently or temporarily) face additional challenges when it comes to balancing these commitments with work. For example, those who are involved in community organisations or do voluntary work, those who are studying or pursuing sports and those who spend large amounts of time travelling may find it more difficult to find a healthy balance between work and life. This study, captures the relationship between work life balance, job satisfaction, and turnover intentions

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Work life balance, Turnover intentions
Subjects: Engineering > MIT Manipal > Humanities and Management
Engineering > MIT Manipal > Printing and Media
Depositing User: MIT Library
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2019 07:10
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2019 07:10

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