Work Life Balance of Bank Employees: A Comparison

Parminder Walia .

Abstract


The present study makes an effort to compare the work life balance of employees working with public and private sector banks. The sample consisted of 146 randomly selected employees from two public sector banks and two private sector banks in Chandigarh and periphery. Data was analyzed using t-test. Significant differences were found between the public and private bank employees on the dimensions of work interference with personal life (t = 2.41, p = .05), work personal life enhancement (t = 3.39, p = .01) and on WLB Total (t = 3.00, p = .01). No gender differences were found in the work life balance or any of its dimensions, either in case of public sector bank employees or the private sector bank employees.

Keywords


Work life balance, Work/life Enhancement, Public and Private Banks.

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