Work life balance and psychological well-being in men and women
Type of Degreedissertation
Rehabilitation and Special Education
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The purpose of the present study was to understand the relationship between work-life balance and psychological well-being. There was a significant correlation between balance and global well-being. There were also a significant relationship between work-family stress and global well-being; work-overload and global well-being; and a significant relationship between family satisfaction and balance and work overload and balance. Additionally job satisfaction was predictive of psychological well-being. These findings as well as significant gender differences are also discussed.