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THEROTICAL

FRAMEWORK
 WHAT IS QUALITY OF WORK-LIFE?
Work-life is about effectively managing the juggling act between paid
work and the other activities that are important to people.
 WHAT'S THE ISSUE?
Quality of Work-life is increasingly an issue for any country. Jobs, the
workplace and the workforce are changing as:
More women and sole parents go into work.
More people juggle more than one job etc.,

 For any country, the two biggest Qualities of work-life problems are:
◦ People with not enough work or income
◦ People who have too much work: the low paid who need to work
long hours to earn enough and the higher paid who may feel
trapped into working more hours than they want to.
 DRIVERS FOR CHANGE
 Quality of work-life has become increasingly important for a number of
social and economic reasons that are making:
 organizations think about how they work.
 EFFECT OF WORK-LIFE BALANCE
 First, that Quality of work-life improves individuals’ health, wellbeing and
job satisfaction.
 second, that business can benefit from Quality of work-life because these
policies:
 CHARACTERISTICS
Work Life Balance Business Benefits.
 Not constant, comes and goes with life changes
 It takes WORK
 WORK LIFE BALANCE BENEFITS AS
 Attracts new employees
 Helps to retain staff
 Builds diversity in skills and personnel

 SOME REASONS FOR WORK LIFE BALANCE


 Gender Concerns
 Young Generation
 Identity Through Work
Diagram.1: Identity Through Work

Diagram.1: Identity Through Work

Diagram.2: Balancing 5 Things in Work Life


WORK LIFE INCLUDES
Flexi-time
Staggered hours
Time off in lieu
Compressed working hours
Shift swapping etc.,

STRESS AND WORK LIFE


The number of stress-related disability claims by employees has
doubled according to the Employee Assistance Professionals
Association in Arlington, Virginia. Seventy-five to ninety percent
of physician visits are related to stress.
 It is clear that problems caused by stress have become a major
concern to both employers and employees.
 FLEXIBLE WORK LIFE
 . Flexible work options for employees contribute to a positive, healthy and
productive work environment. Flexible work options are defined as mutually
agreed long- or short-term changes to working time and leave arrangements
within the context of organizational needs. Their successful implementation
depends on employee and management knowledge, pre-planning, regular
review, and the creation of a supportive workplace culture.

BENEFITS OF FLEXIBLE WORK OPTIONS INCLUDE
◦ Increased capacity to attract and retain skilled and specialist employees
and professional staff.
◦ Maximizing returns on training and professional development investment
renewed energy and freshness contributing to resilience as well as
increased morale, commitment and high work performance from staff.
 THE BENEFITS FOR BUSINESSES
 Improved recruitment and retention rates, with associated cost
savings;
 Reduced absenteeism and sick leave usage;
 Greater flexibility for business operating hours;

 THE BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYEES


 Employees in companies already implementing work - life practices
enjoy significant benefits such as:
 Being able to effectively manage multiple responsibilities at home,
work and in the community without guilt or regret.
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1.Normal Working Hour per Day

Working Hour
50

50
45
40
30
35
No. of Persons

30
20
25
20
15
10
5
0
Less than 8 hrs 8 to 10 10 to 12 above012
2. Position Of Employee’s?
 Form the surveyed data it is clear that 40 employees are
working at executive &Technical position. Even 10
employees from surveyed data are working at skilled craft &
secretarial position. Due to privatization working is divided
into various head so that best output can be taken.

3. Number of Full Time and Part Time


Employees?
 Formthe surveyed data it is clear that 100 employees are
working as full time employees. Usually employees prefer to
do work as full time rather than part time.
4.Response of employees about the level of balance
between work life and home life?
Feeling about balance
40

40
30 30
35
30
25
20
No. of Persons

15
10
5
0
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How frequently employees do overstay in
the office to finish their work?
 Form the surveyed data it is clear that 40 employees
sometimes do over stay at office to finish their work. Even
30 employees from surveyed data most of the times do over
stay at office to finish their work. Maximum number of
employees have to do over stay at office after their normal
time to finish their work.
Many other questions were raised and answers were taken
from a sample of 100 employees regarding this project.

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