Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Quality of Work life


A QUANTITATIVE APPROACH ON JOB PERFORMANCE AND ITS IMPACT ON QUALITY OF WORK LIFE

P. Jyothi; R. Arulmoli; G. Kannan; C. Sundar; B. Rajasekar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 1411-1420

Quality of Work Life is the extent to which human resources are capable to shape their career vibrantly, in accordance with their opportunities, needs and interests. It is also amount of power that an employer provides to its employees to draft their works. The aim of the study is to investigate the impact of job performance on quality of work life and to find out if there is an quantitatively demonstrable relationship among these two variables. This quantitative research was carried out on 600 research samples from engineering colleges in Tamilnadu. Statistical tools, such as Factor analysis and Regression analysis were used to analyse the data. The findings of the study indicate the clear impact job performance has on quality of work life. The results of the study further prove that the change in Job Performance factor explains the changes in quality of work to the extent of 84.11 percent. The significant ‘F’ statistics reveals the validity of the regression model. Hence job performance impacts quality of work life to greater extent.

A STUDY ON QUALITY OF WORK MILIEU IN FINANCIAL SERVICE SECTOR

P. Ganesh; A.Fathima Banu; R. Revathi; S.Sandhana Ponnarasi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 7484-7490

Human capital is the main asset of the service sector companies; therefore, attrition does not just affect the headcount, but results in the loss of knowledge and skills that the employees take back with them on leaving an organization. Quality of work life is important criteria that need to be focused by the organizations to achieve higher productivity and business goals and retain the employees. The main objective of this study was to understand the influence of quality of work life dimensions on the overall satisfaction of the employees with the organization Random sampling technique was used to collect opinions from 171 employees of different service sector companies. Eight quality of work life factors were examined to study the relationship with the overall satisfaction of the employees. Reliability of the data was checked using Cronbach’s alpha value and the construct validity was tested using factorial analysis. Hypotheses were tested using linear regression analysis. Commitment to the organisation was considered the most important factor among the eight dimensions. Pearson’s correlation analysis showed that all the factors were positively correlated to overall satisfaction. The recommendations provided in the study can be used by the organisations to rework on their policies to enhance quality of work life for employees that would have a positive impact on the attainment of business goals. Key words: QWL, service sector, commitment, job satisfaction, QWL dimensions

The Analysis of Nurses''''Quality of Work Life at Urban Hospital in Indonesia.

Dewi Kusumawati; Nyoman Anita Damayanti

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 566-572

Nowadays, the nurse''s job performance is a global issueconsidering there areconsequences of the need for excellent and high-quality nursing services. The quality of work atmosphere or the Quality of Work Life in the work environment at the hospital is required.To analyze the Quality of Work Life on nurses in the hospital, the method employedin this study was descriptive-correlation performed among 75 nurses at urban hospital in Indonesia by utilizinga questionnaire with Work-Related Quality of Life scale. The results obtained and analyzed using the method of Prosentase analysis. The samplesweretaken by a simple random method. The Quality of Work Life measurements used the Work-Related Quality of Life scale. The size of Work-Related Quality ofLife usedsixfactors consisting of (1) General Well-Being, (2) Homework Interface, (3) Control at Work, (4) Working Condition, (5) Stress at Work, and (6) Job and Career Satisfaction. The results of the study revealedthat there were still nurses who were dissatisfied with the Homework Interface factor by19.01%, Control at Workby34.9%, Working Conditionby28.6%, and Stress at Workby87.3%.Furthermore, the quality of work liferemains low by 30.2%.In a nutshell,the quality of the work-life of nurses at an urban hospital in Indonesia is indicatedpoor. It is suggestedto identify the factors that influence and develop recommendations on improvement of Quality of Work Life on nurses

The Analysis of Nurses'Quality of Work Life at Urban Hospital in Indonesia

Dewi Kusumawati; Nyoman Anita Damayanti

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 356-362

Nowadays, the nurse's job performance is a global issueconsidering there areconsequences of the need for excellent and high-quality nursing services. The quality of work atmosphere or the Quality of Work Life in the work environment at the hospital is required.To analyze the Quality of Work Life on nurses in the hospital, the method employedin this study was descriptive-correlation performed among 75 nurses at urban hospital in Indonesia by utilizinga questionnaire with Work-Related Quality of Life scale. The results obtained and analyzed using the method of Prosentase analysis. The samplesweretaken by a simple random method. The Quality of Work Life measurements used the Work-Related Quality of Life scale. The size of Work-Related Quality ofLife usedsixfactors consisting of (1) General Well-Being, (2) Homework Interface, (3) Control at Work, (4) Working Condition, (5) Stress at Work, and (6) Job and Career Satisfaction. The results of the study revealedthat there were still nurses who were dissatisfied with the Homework Interface factor by19.01%, Control at Workby34.9%, Working Conditionby28.6%, and Stress at Workby87.3%.Furthermore, the quality of work liferemains low by 30.2%.In a nutshell,the quality of the work-life of nurses at an urban hospital in Indonesia is indicatedpoor. It is suggestedto identify the factors that influence and develop recommendations on improvement of Quality of Work Life on nurses

Psychological Well-Being And Quality Of Worklife Of The School Teachers During The Covid-19 Situation

Thomas K. P.; Dr. Satish Kumar; Dr. Pavitar Parkash Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6309-6316

The recent pandemic disease called “COVID-19 or Corona Virus”, which is prevalent the whole world is also spread in every state of our own country India. It has a wide range impact on every aspect of the life of the people everywhere. The people are sure to undergo vast variety of COVID-19 impacts like stress, anxiety, tensions, fear, remorse, disinterestedness, physical problems like pressure and heart problems, various other discomforts, frustrations, irritation, anger, etc. It is said by the psychologists that a like 'COVID-19’ will have a significant impact on the mental health of the people who live any part of the world. This impact will be multifaceted: immediate effect, short-time impact, effect which could be long lasting, different types of impacts, etc. One great impact of this COVID-19 situation is felt in the educational field-education process is in a standstill. Lot stress is experienced by the teachers which has affected their psychological well-being and has reduced the degree of their employment-related experience or the total quality of their work life at the school. Teachers must remain calm so as to look after their own well-being. In this way, through different ways,they should navigate through this time and must their own psychological well-being and higher degree of quality of work life.