Impact of Work-Life Balance Factors on Job Satisfaction and Job Stress Level of Women Employees Working in Garment Sector in Bengaluru City

  • Pooja Vishnoi Associate Faculty, ISBR, Bangalore
  • R Soundarajan Professor, ISBR Bangalore
Keywords: Work-Life Balance, Job Satisfaction, Job Stress, Garment Sector


Work-life Balance (WLB) is an important area of Human Resources Management and has become a top priority for workers everywhere in every sector of life. The main objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between work-life balance factors and their impact on job satisfaction and Job stress level of the Garment Sector Employees and finally to provide recommendations that could help the company and their employees to achieve a better work-life balance and job satisfaction. This study was done with the help of100 employees as a sample working in the garment sector in Bangalore. The questionnaire was distributed randomly to a sample of 100 employees. The data were analyzed using factor analysis,correlation, and ANOVA. The results revealed that most of the employees seem not satisfied with their job and as a result, they do not have a proper work-life balance. Most of the employees are on tasks that are in high demand and that had to be finished with very strict deadlines. They are extremely stressed in such a work environment and as a result efficiency and effectiveness of workers drop-down at work and have a poor work-life balance.

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