How Employee Behavior And Job Stress Affect Work-Life Balance Of Faculty Members Of Karachi: Multi-Group Analysis Between Private And Public Sector Universities

Authors

  • Sofia Bano
  • Prof. (Meritorious) Dr. Abuzar Wajidi

Keywords:

Work-Life Balance, Employee Behavior, Job Stress, Higher Education Institutes, Multi-Group Analysis.

Abstract

The study aimed to identify the impact of workplace stress and employee behavior impairs the work-life balance of faculty members of Higher Education Institutes in Karachi, Pakistan's. This study has included mono-method quantitative survey research design. The study has collected 386 sample responses from faculty members using purposive sampling technique. The results of comparison parametric test showed that there is a statistically significant and positive difference of opinion between the faculty members of private and public sector higher education institutes in regards to the effect of employee behavior on work-life balance. However, the comparison results showed no difference of opinion between the faculty members of private and public sector higher education institutes in regards to the effect of workplace stress on work-life balance. Work-life balance rates today as one of the most important attributes of the workforce second only to wages, and workers who believe they have a better work-life balance tend to work more than staff that are overworked. These are some of the many ways by which managers can encourage work-life balance without jeopardizing productivity or efficiency at work. 

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Published

2021-08-18