Gender Perception on Flexi and Virtual Time and Work Life Balance

Authors

  • Jyoti Assistant Professor, IITM, Delhi, India
  • Jaya Assistant Professor, NDIM, Delhi, India
  • Madhu Arora Professor, NDIM, Delhi, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51983/arme-2021.10.2.3171

Keywords:

Flexi Time, Work Life Balance, Females, Males, Virtual

Abstract

The research is aimed to study perception of males and females regarding Flexi time and work-lifebalance. The research is descriptive in nature and data is collected from 380 working professionals using questionnaire on google forms (including males and females). T test is used to know the empirical results. It is found that Although flexi work arrangements are important for reducing attrition rate but along with that a strong policy is also required to cope up with the challenges faced in the workplace. 

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Published

05-11-2021

How to Cite

Jyoti, Jaya, & Arora, M. (2021). Gender Perception on Flexi and Virtual Time and Work Life Balance. Asian Review of Mechanical Engineering, 10(2), 34–37. https://doi.org/10.51983/arme-2021.10.2.3171