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A Study on Quality of Work of Life Practice in Chemical Industrial Units Sipcot in Cuddalore


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This study examines the relation between employees perceived Quality of Work Life (QWL) with life domains using spillover theory. For this study the subjects were employees from chemical industries at Cuddalore (SIPCOT). The QWL was measured using need satisfaction variables. The questionnaire was developed as to capture the needed information of the study variables. The sample size for this study was 227. The questionnaire was administered and reliability test was used to validate it. The regression analysis was done to find the level of influence on the dependent variables. The results showed that the employees who sensing higher level of QWL were sensing high level of job satisfaction, life satisfaction and general well-being. Fulfilling the needs of the employees by the organization can achieve higher level of QWL and organizational commitment from the employees.

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Quality of Work Life (QWL), Job Satisfaction, Life Satisfaction, General Well-Being, Spill Over.
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M. Vetrivel
Department of Commerce, School of Management Studies & Commerce, VELS University, Chennai, India
N. Manivanan
Department of Commerce, School of Management Studies & Commerce, VELS University, Chennai, India

Abstract


This study examines the relation between employees perceived Quality of Work Life (QWL) with life domains using spillover theory. For this study the subjects were employees from chemical industries at Cuddalore (SIPCOT). The QWL was measured using need satisfaction variables. The questionnaire was developed as to capture the needed information of the study variables. The sample size for this study was 227. The questionnaire was administered and reliability test was used to validate it. The regression analysis was done to find the level of influence on the dependent variables. The results showed that the employees who sensing higher level of QWL were sensing high level of job satisfaction, life satisfaction and general well-being. Fulfilling the needs of the employees by the organization can achieve higher level of QWL and organizational commitment from the employees.

Keywords


Quality of Work Life (QWL), Job Satisfaction, Life Satisfaction, General Well-Being, Spill Over.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F192025