Citation: Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Research in Management & Technovation, Shivani Agarwal, Darrell Norman Burrell, Vijender Kumar Solanki (eds). ACSIS, Vol. 24, pages 53–56 (2020)
Abstract. Work life balance (WLB) is viewed as a vital component comparable to employee performance. The study goal is to survey on WLB as it influence current work organization. The examination work tried to investigate broadly whether there is connection between work adaptability and nature of yield, manager/representative link and expanded efficiency, working condition and the pace of yield and in conclusion professional stability and employee retention. Consequently the examination demonstrated that work adaptability, business/representative relationship, working condition and professional stability have a constructive outcome on improved nature of yield, expanded efficiency, pace of yield between representatives, employee retention. The discoveries indicated that: employees respond contrarily when they encounter work life imbalance and that administration ought to receive WLB activities to upgrade worker execution. From the examination discoveries, it is presumed that WLB is of noteworthy pith to current work organizations.
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