Impact of Work-Life Balance and Stress Management on Job Satisfaction among the Working Women in Higher Educational Institutions in Namakkal District

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P. Ganapathi
Aithal P. S.
D. Kanchana

Abstract

Purpose: The study aims to assess the impact of work-life balance and stress management on job satisfaction among women employed in higher educational institutions in Namakkal District. Objectives include enriching understanding of work-life balance and stress management concepts in educational settings, evaluating the conditions of female workers, focusing on their happiness, establishing boundaries, and exploring the quality of relationships between female employees and their colleagues within these institutions.


Methodology/Approach: Case studies, books, periodicals, journals, articles, and online searches are all examples of secondary sources used in this investigation.


Findings/Results: Effective stress management helps people feel better about themselves and do better in the predictable world. It gave people something to look forward to, which boosted their motivation and confidence. As a woman has to take care of her family, she should know the techniques to manage the family and the professional work she is undergoing. She has to maintain good health because she will be the backbone of her family. She has a sole responsibility to take care of herself by eating a healthy diet, exercising, taking deep sleep, maintaining a friendly social network, listening to music, reading books, having positive thinking ability, etc.


Outcome: The concept of work-life balance and stress management is reviewed. The steps to achieve a successful Work-Life Balance are evaluated. The awareness about how to find a perfect Work-Life Balance is discussed and the skills that are required to manage stress are identified.


Originality/Values: Irritability, impatience, family pressure, anger, frustration, fear, anxiety, self-doubt, panic, melancholy, feelings of inadequacy, insecurity, hopelessness, dissatisfaction, emotional withdrawal, and depression are some of the symptoms of stress that this study focuses on, particularly as they pertain to women. Every lady needs to understand how to triumph over the obstacles above.


Type of Paper: Empirical Research.

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P. Ganapathi, Aithal P. S., & D. Kanchana. (2023). Impact of Work-Life Balance and Stress Management on Job Satisfaction among the Working Women in Higher Educational Institutions in Namakkal District. International Journal of Case Studies in Business, IT and Education (IJCSBE), 7(4), 281–293. https://doi.org/10.47992/IJCSBE.2581.6942.0320
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