A Comparative Study of Employee Work Life Balance in Selected Banks of Hyderabad

C. Nagapriya

Abstract


This paper is a comparative study of employee work life balance in selected banks of Hyderabad. Banks is now playing an important role in deciding the job related performance of employees in any industry. It noted that a number of initiatives already taken up in human resources development are critical to ensure that the bank remains ahead of peers and employees are equipped to meet the challenges of tomorrow. With swelling obligations in the work place, it is very difficult to the employees to maintain fair level of work life balance. Such circumstances impact on workers. Productivity and agility in the market place are critical to meet the requirements of customers. But working longer hours or working in holidays should not be the mode of achieving productivity. The hectic life of retention and excelling in bank job has put tremendous pressure on bank employees’ life and leads to work life imbalance which is a problem that poses a big risk to workers well being, their performance as well as the organizational performance. This paper aims to study the level of work life balance among public-sector bank employees and explore how it is affecting the work related activities of the bank employees.


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