IJTEF 2012 Vol.3(3): 213-218 ISSN: 2010-023X
—Career women are challenged by work and family
commitment at the end of each day in Government and private
hospital. Majority of women are working through-out week
and 53% are struggling to achieve work-life balance. Women
reported that their life has become a juggling act as they have
to shoulder multiple responsibilities at work and home. Both
government and private hospital management need to be
conscious of this status of female nurses and periodically
review their status. They can create supportive environment to
help these women achieve work life balance. This article
highlights the issues connected with work life balance of female
nurses in government and private hospital and the factors that
determine work life balance.
—Imbalance, motivation, rewards, stress,
K. Santhana Lakshmi and T. Ramachandran are with School of
Management, SRM University, Kattankulathur
D. Boohene is with Business Administration Dept., All Nations
University College, Ghana-KF1908(e-mail:email@example.com).
Cite:K. Santhana Lakshmi, T. Ramachandran, and David Boohene, "Analysis of Work Life Balance of Female Nurses in Hospitals - Comparative Study between Government and Private Hospital in Chennai, TN., India," International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance vol.3, no.3, pp. 213-218, 2012.