Job Satisfaction And Work-Life Balance Among Female Employees: A Study In Private Sector University In Jodhpur City

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Deepti Rustagi
Mr. Akhil Goyal


The major goal of this study is to analyze the work-life balance of private sector executives in Jodhpur. These days, most couples both have jobs. Child care, elder care, domestic tasks, and so on are just a few of the numerous stresses that all workers, male and female, face. The term "work life balance" (WLB) is increasingly being used as a buzzword in the field of human resource management (HRM), and it has quickly risen to become one of the most important issues facing employees today. On the other hand, from the perspective of workers, job satisfaction (JS) is the ultimate critical consequence of any position. The WLB and the JS represent opposing sides of the same coin. Employees who have achieved a healthy work-life balance are more resilient, committed, and enthusiastic about their jobs. Thus, this study's goal is to look at how WLB affects JS.

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Deepti Rustagi

Ph.D. Scholar, Nims University, Rajasthan

Mr. Akhil Goyal

Associate Professor, Institute of Management & Commerce