“Work Life Balance among Teachers: An Empirical Study”

  title={“Work Life Balance among Teachers: An Empirical Study”},
  author={Journals Iosr and Irfan Adeeba and F. T. Azmi},
Purpose: Work Life Balance (WLB) has gained attention in corporate sector. However, there is a need to explore the subject vis-a-vis teachers, keeping in mind the increasing cases of work life problems among teachers. Thus, the purpose of this study is to map the dimensions of WLB among teachers. Design/methodology/approach: This study is based on the responses of teachers both from university and school. Research instrument designed on the basis of literature survey and then data was collected… Expand
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