Impact of Work Life Balance on Job Satisfaction: A Study on Indian Women Journalists

Global Journal of Business and Social Science Review, Vol. 3(1) 2015. 102-110

9 Pages Posted: 19 Jul 2017 Last revised: 29 Jul 2017

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S. Rajaram

Kalasalingam University

B. Divya Keerthika

Pacific University (India) - Pacific Academy of Higher Education & Research Univeristy

Date Written: January 11, 2015

Abstract

Objective – The main aim of the present study is to find the effects of work life balance of the women journalists of south Tamil Nadu on their level of job satisfaction.

Methodology/Technique – The data were collected keeping in consideration features such as age, monthly income and marital status. A total of 250 women journalists from south Tamil Nadu were selected for the study. The selected method for sampling in this research is convenient sampling. Data were collected using primary sources, well-structured questionnaire was used. Primary data were collected through questionnaires. The data was analysed using IBM AMOS 21.

Findings – The results concludes that there was positive relationship between the independent and the dependent variables. The SEM results shows that work life balance dimensions are the reliable predictors of job satisfaction. This study concludes that key to work-life balance will fluctuate contingent upon field of work, family structure and monetary position. Individual life and expert work are two sides of coin which is hard to isolated and structure a wellspring of contention.

Novelty – Present study helps organizations to build up an uncommon bond with its kin, so they will put in additional effort into their jobs and contribute emphatically.

Type of Paper: Empirical.

Keywords: Job satisfaction, Work life balance, Women, SEM, Indian journalists

JEL Classification: J28, J29

Suggested Citation

Rajaram, S. and Keerthika, B. Divya, Impact of Work Life Balance on Job Satisfaction: A Study on Indian Women Journalists (January 11, 2015). Global Journal of Business and Social Science Review, Vol. 3(1) 2015. 102-110. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3001749

S. Rajaram

Kalasalingam University ( email )

Krishnankoil
India

B. Divya Keerthika (Contact Author)

Pacific University (India) - Pacific Academy of Higher Education & Research Univeristy ( email )

Pacific Hills, New Pratap Nagar Extension
Airport Road
Udaipur, Rajasthan 313003
India

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