Work-Lıfe Balance Among Workıng Mothers: A Case Study Among Workıng Mothers At Natıonal Sports Councıl Of Malaysıa

Abu Hassan Ibrahim, Sharina Tajul Urus, Muhamad Khalil Omar, Jalilah Ahmad

Abstract


Employees especially working mothers are struggling to accommodate employer’s expectations and fulfilling the demands of their family needs. Achieving work life balance is the dream and hope of almost every working mother. Though many factors affected work life balance, factors like stress management, work culture and employers role are believe to be significance variables. A study conducted in the National Sport Council of Malaysia on 100 working mothers reveals the truth of this relationship.

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Work-life balance, stress management, work culture, employer’s role

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