A STUDY ON WORK LIFE BALANCE AMONG WOMEN LABOR IN GARMENT UNITS OF NCR, INDIAJournal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.10, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2019-02-28
Authors : Ajit Kumar Khare; Anupam Kapoor;
Page : 19-25
Keywords : Gender; Women labor; fashion industry; work life balance; India;
The female labor force participation in the garment industry has increased considerably, due to which it becomes difficult for them to balance work and family commitments. The condition gains more importance in a male dominant society such as India where there are stereotypical roles assigned to the genders. This study aims to explore different influencing factors on women's work and family roles in the lower socio-economic strata of Indian cultural environment. The research identifies various factors impacting happiness at home & productivity at work, and also happiness at work & productivity at home. The study is timed to perfection considering the strenuous efforts undertaken by Indian Govt., in skill India initiatives. The methodology adopted for the study was descriptive research design. Data were collected from 133 women workers through questionnaire method in NCR, India. In the present study, statically tools such as percentage analysis, chi-square, and T-test were used for the analysis. The paper finds out different factors related to work and life that affect both aspects of working women in the garment units. The methodology helped to analyze data about challenges faced by women workers to achieve work-life balance.
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