IMPACT OF ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE ON WORK-LIFE BALANCE A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS AND GROWTH IN RESEARCH
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 5308-5319
AbstractThis paper focuses on bibliometric analysis of the impact of organisation culture on work-life balance. A bibliometric review is used to check the growth of particular research. Vos Viewer and Biblioshiny are used for analysis and graphical views. Total 444 documents are analyzed for this purpose. Data is analysed from Web of science database. The findings indicate a rise in the number of organizational culture, organizational commitment and work-life balance/work-life conflict publications. The growth of articles in the Journal of Vocational Behaviour is substantially growing. Using citation analysis, co-citation analysis, bibliographic coupling, co-citation analysis, and co-word analysis, the growth of the research is analyzed. This study helps to identify the author's performance based on citation as well as prestige. This research helps future researchers in identifying the new words, which can help in identifying variables.
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