Work Life Balance of Women Employees of IT Sector during Remote Working

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Syed Mansoor, S. Sindhuja, Ch. Bhanu Tejaswini, N. Anjali Prasanna


In this paper, an endeavor has been made to track down the professional and the personal difficulties and enhancers for work life balance among working women during work from home through a study of 100 ladies working in the IT area in India. The primary difficulties in professional life were discovered to be expanded working hours, travel time from home to work place, and additional tasks engaged by them. Where as in personal life, the primary anxieties were blame from  elders for not being taken care of family. Most of the women would incline toward adaptable planning, flexi-time, and strong spouse, family, and companions just as a climate helpful for work at the workplace.

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