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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 8, Part C (2018)

Impact of working hours on family wellbeing, health and lifestyle of women employees working in It/Bpo sector

Author(s)
Dr. Sneha Racheal Samuel Kutty
Abstract
This paper examined the impact of working hours on family well-being and health of women employees working in IT/BPO sector. The sample consisted of 413 women employees working in IT/BPO sector of Pune region. MANOVA was conducted to find the impact of working hours on family wellbeing and health of women employees. ANOVA was conducted to find the impact of working hour on each dependent variable of family wellbeing and health. The results from MANOVA revealed that there is a significant impact of working hours on family well-being and health of women employees. ANOVA results for impact of long working hours on each dependent variable shows that there is a significant impact of working hours on missing quality time with family members, family members complaining about time women employees spend with family reduce in frequency of conversation with family members, becoming more irritated and impatient due to work, increase in frequency of argument with family members “bonding in relationship” with family members. ANOVA results shows that there is a significant impact of working hour on Women employees’ are getting tired and exhausted, physical health, can’t relax after coming home from work, mental stress level of women employees’ and behavioural changes in women employees.
Pages: 164-175  |  494 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sneha Racheal Samuel Kutty. Impact of working hours on family wellbeing, health and lifestyle of women employees working in It/Bpo sector. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(8):164-175.
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