A Critical Study on Work – Life Balance. A Case of Teaching Faculty at Loyola Institute of Technology and Science, India and All Nations University College Ghana

Boohene, D., Charles, R.-O., & Agyemang, M.

Abstract:
Work life balance has become a predominant issue in recent times due to conflicting responsibilities and commitments of employees at the work place. The issue of a balance work-life has permeated through the field of academia, thus generating the need for stakeholders to respond with work-life policies and flexible work arrangements. Loyola Institute of Institute of Technology and Science, India and All Nations University College, Ghana are the study areas for this research. In all a total sample of hundred and seventeen (117) out of hundred and ninety –six (196) available population from the two Colleges were chosen for this study. The study reveals the existence of a relation between policy for work-life management and Lecturers effectiveness at their work places.

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  • Boohene, D., Charles, R.-O., & Agyemang, M. (2012). A Critical Study on Work – Life Balance. A Case of Teaching Faculty at Loyola Institute of Technology and Science, India and All Nations University College Ghana. International Journal of Social Sciences, I(1), 22–34.

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