An empirical study on effect of work-life balance on job satisfaction among female teachers, west Godavari district
Dr. JV Jayanthi Kumari
With the increase in female employment rates and the consequent weakening of the traditional model of family roles division, attention to problems associated with the need to reconcile different roles has grown considerably. As a matter of fact, work-life balance has eventually become an essential necessity for almost all categories of workers, including those employed in teaching positions, in which the female gender is presently fairly dominant. The anxiety over work-life balance is progressively becoming a common talk, especially for female employees. Increasing demands from the work and family domains represent a high strain for employees which even lead to the health problems among employees. Although it is believed that work-family role strain is more common among women employees. It is believed that balancing a successful career with a family life or personal life can be challenging. Work-life balance impacts on persons' satisfaction in their work and personal life roles. The objective of this study is to investigate the work-life balance and Job satisfaction among female teachers belonging to West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh. For this purpose, a questionnaire was developed and the data collected from female public and private school teachers in West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh. The constructs considered in this study related to work –life balance and Job satisfaction includes the demographic and organisational variables such as Age, nature of work, designation, Marital status and children. Leave Policy, work-life balance programs, and welfare facility, Working environment, and supervisor/management support.
Dr. JV Jayanthi Kumari. An empirical study on effect of work-life balance on job satisfaction among female teachers, west Godavari district. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 409-411