Repercussions of stressors on employee work-life balance: analysing the banking industry of Pakistan

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Abstract

This research paper focuses on identifying a correlation between job
stressors and employee work-life balance, whether the stress factors affect an
employees’ job- and personal-life. The population for the research is the
banking sector of Pakistan including cities such as Rawalpindi, Islamabad and
Lahore. The respondents are middle and lower level executives from these
banks who have rated their preference on a stress vs. work-life balance
questionnaire covering the most common stressors identified by Robbins. The
respondent sample size from the said population is approximately (n = 200).
The results yielded that the independent variables (task demands, role
demands, organisational structure, organisational leadership, interpersonal
demand and job security) have a valid impact on the dependent variable that is
work-life balance. This research will be beneficial for banks to rectify and
improve their organisational system for internal consistency and implement
stress management programmes by focusing on key areas in the research
identified.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)325-347
JournalJournal for Global Business Advancement
Volume3
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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