Work-life Balance

Professional organisations today strive to boost job satisfaction in the workforce for it is encouraging lower employee turnover, higher engagement and greater productivity.

The present study examines the impact of work life balance and burnout on job satisfaction. Burnout is measured through three dimensions, i.e., meaninglessness, de-motivation, and exhaustion.

The findings reveal that while work-life balance and job satisfaction were positively related to each other, whereas, de-motivation, exhaustion and meaninglessness were negatively related to job satisfaction.

Extra hours spent at work, also means extra hours taken from your family time. The distresses in parent-child relationship, distance building between couples and other complications such as extra-marital affairs are other uninvited side effects of spending time away from family.

Make the best of both, work and family by maintaining a work-life balance before your health and loved ones fall apart.