Institutional Initiatives for managing Work-Life Balance among Healthcare Workers
Author(s):
Aakriti Thakur, Anchal Thakur, Dr. Piyush Mehta
Keywords:
Healthcare Workers, Institutional initiatives, Managing Work-Life Balance.
Abstract
Work life balance refers to the effective management and synchronization between remunerative work on the other roles and responsibilities that are important to people as 'individualized' human beings and as a part of the society. With increasing levels of stress, competition and insecurities in life, work life balance issues have become extremely important. Employees are looking for ways that will help them balance between work and personal life effectively. Working within the health care centre are exposed to several stressors which can have impact on well-being, namely; long working hours, high workload, poor work life balance, low sense of professional worth and lack of job security. And some evidence may also be vulnerable to an erosion of professional status, low pay and limited scope to use their creative skills. So, it is important to healthcare organisations to increase patient and employee satisfaction and produce quality healthcare services and providing work life balance facility, allows employers to appear employee friendly. Currently job satisfaction and work life balance go hand in hand. The aim of the current research paper is to study institutional initiatives for managing work-life balance among healthcare workers in the state of Himachal Pradesh, with the sample size of 300 respondents. The analysis of the study has been done with the help of Principal Component Analysis (PCA). The Findings revealed that healthcare workers give more preference to the “team building culture of institutional initiative followed by health benefits, Ethical working environment, Training and Development, Organisational culture maintains” Therefore, it is concluded that healthcare workers give more importance to the above institutional initiatives for managing work life balance.
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Unique Paper ID: 159297

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1027 - 1033
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