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A Shifting Paradigm of Work-Life Balance in Service Context-An Empirical Study

A K M Talukder;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
Abstract
Purpose: The study examined the effect of various ‘work-life balance’ determinants such as employee benefits, work environment, workload, flextime and discrimination on work culture and job satisfaction. Introduction: In the second half of the last century, tremendous environmental, economic, political, and socio cultural changes contributed to the restructuring of couples in their relation to work. Literature review: Several fundamental changes in family and work structures, such as the participation of women in the workforce, family arrangements that deviate from traditional gender-based roles (e.g. dual-earner couples), and technological changes (e.g. cell ph...
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ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_THECOMPUTINGPROFESSION
free text keywords: Work culture, job satisfaction, flextime, discrimination, benefits and facilities, jel:D21, jel:E24, jel:H11, jel:J12
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