Stress and Work Life Balance Among Women Employees in Government Hospitals during COVID-19 – A Study with Special Reference to Chennai City
Author(s):
A.SHARMILA, C.VETHIRAJAN
Keywords:
Health care professionals, Public hospitals, female health care providers, contentment, demand factors, supportive factors, society’s factors.
Abstract
Women employment is challenged by stress and work family commitment at the end of each day in Government hospital. Majority of women are working through-out week and 53% are struggling to achieve stress and work-life balance. Women reported that their life has become a juggling act as they have to shoulder multiple responsibilities at work and home. Government hospital management need to be conscious of this status of female health care providers and periodically review their status. They can create supportive environment to help these women achieve the positive stress work life balance. This article highlights the issues connected with stress work life balance of female health care providers in government hospital and the factors that determine stress and work life balance.
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Unique Paper ID: 150320

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 5

Page(s): 104 - 111
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