Impact of Demographic and Work Variables on Work Life Balance-A Study Conducted for Nurses in Bangalore

Puja Roshani ., Dr. Chaya Bagrecha .

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Work-life balance is an essential aspect of the current scenario and nurses being the service providers tend to bear the brunt of the kind of profession they belong. The severe nature of this job tends to bring a lot of imbalance in their work and life. The imbalance faced by the nurses could be due to their demographic variable like age, marital status, family members, children, etc. and also the work variables like the distance of workplace, shifts, etc. in the working environment. This study is an attempt to find out that whether these variables have an impact on the work life balance of government and private hospital nurses working in Bangalore.

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