Impact of Work Life Balance on Job Satisfaction of Non Managerial Employees in Selected Private Banks in Colombo District

WAPD Weerasooriyaarachchi

Abstract


As a significant determinant of job satisfaction, this study is to discuss the impact of work life balance on job satisfaction of non managerial employees in selected private banks in Sri Lanka. Empirical and theoretical knowledge gap of how work life balance, affect the job satisfaction of non managerial employees in private banking sector is associated in the study. The main objective of the research study is to identify the relationship between work life balance and job satisfaction of non managerial employees in private banking sector in Sri Lanka. The problem of the study is: Is there a relationship between work life balance and job satisfaction of non managerial employees in selected private banks in Sri Lanka?  The data were collected from convenient selected sample of 374 non managerial employees in the private banking sector in Sri Lanka by administering a structured questionnaire which consisted of 30 questions /statements with 5 points scale. The data analyzed using SPSS computer package and it included bivariate analysis. The findings of the study are that job satisfaction was moderately correlated with the job satisfaction of non managerial employees in selected private banks in Colombo district. It is concluded that work life balance is an important factor that directly affects the job satisfaction in private banks. Therefore   management of the banks should pay attention on the work life balance and job satisfaction

Keywords: Work Life Balance, Job Satisfaction, Non-Managerial Employees


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