Work Life Conflict and its Impact on Work Life Balance and Subjective Well Being of Doctors in Healthcare Sector

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  • Amanjot Sachdeva Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, University of Delhi
  • Ajay Kr Singh Professor, Department of Commerce, Faculty of Commerce and Business, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi

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https://doi.org/10.51245/rijbr.v3i1.2018.118

Keywords:

Work Life Balance, Work Family Conflict, Family Work Conflict, Subjective Well Being

Abstract

This paper gives an insight into the problems of Work life conflict, Work life balance and Subjective well being of Doctors in Healthcare sector. Work life conflict is a concern for Healthcare professionals too with the number of responsibilities that they manage. A sample of 100 doctors from both Public and Private Sector Hospitals was taken. The purpose of the research was to understand the impact of Work family conflict, Family work conflict on the Work life balance and Subjective well being of the respondents. Results indicate that Work family conflict and Family work conflict have a significant negative relationship with both Work life balance and Subjective well being and a significant positive relationship with Intentions to quit. Together with Work life balance they have a considerable influence on the Subjective well being of the respondents. Demographic descriptors like gender, age, marital status, number of children, family structure, and level of income do not impact the perceived Family to work conflict but number of children and family structure do influence the perceived Work to family conflict.

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Published

2018-12-26

How to Cite

Sachdeva, A. ., & Singh, A. K. . (2018). Work Life Conflict and its Impact on Work Life Balance and Subjective Well Being of Doctors in Healthcare Sector. Ramanujan International Journal of Business and Research, 3(1), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.51245/rijbr.v3i1.2018.118

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