A Study of Quality of Work Life: Critical View to Private Professional Colleges in Haryana

Shaveta T Grover Ph.D (P), M.Phil ., Ms Geeta Sachdeva Ph.D (P) .

Abstract


In the present study, an attempt has been made to investigate the relationship between jobs related variables and quality of work life,  further it shows how private institutions working methodology affects the employees’ professional life, further investigate try to check the discrepancies between expected and actual dimensions of QWL in their respective organizations. The present study is found to be critical as respondents’ expectations related to the various dimensions of QWL are quite high in comparison to the actual they are getting. In order to resolve the problems many recommendations have been quoted in the study.


Keywords


QWL, Job related factors, Private professional colleges, Haryana

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