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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 3972-3979

Core Determinants Of Work Life Balance In Terms Of Their Importance For Public And Private Banking Sector In India

Dr. Ankur Kumar Agrawal, Mr. Nitesh Kumar Faculty.


Employees are more satisfied when they have a decent work-life balance. When it comes to attaining goals, WLB not only assists organisations, but it also assists employees. The global labour market is becoming increasingly competitive, and corporations are turning to outsourcing to reduce labor costs and increase profitability and productivity. Primary and secondary sources of data are used in the data collection process. This storey is based on a combination of both sources. Bankers in India's public and private sector banks are measured using the WLB. Professionals from both public and private banks are asked to complete 1,000 surveys. We can say that healthy balance between work and personal life reflects the positive behaviour and performance of the employee both at work and at home, whereas a bad balance between the two reflects the poor behaviour and attitude of the individual both at work and at home. When it comes to banking, it is critical for the top management to grasp the employee's perspective in order to better comprehend their demands for their families at home and so fulfill them at their place of employment.

Key words: work life balance, importance, public, private, bank, etc.

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