REVIEW OF FIELDWORK OF MAJOR THEORIES BASED ON WORK LIFE BALANCE
Fatima R. Khateeb
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Fatima R. Khateeb: Károly Ihrig Doctoral School, University of Debrecen
CrossCultural Management Journal, 2020, issue 2, 123-143
Work life balance (WLB) has been an academic field within the realms of Sociology, Human Resource Management and Psychology for past five decades. Originally an American phenomenon, its geographical spread now is global, which may be gauged by the countless studies conducted throughout. Several theories have been propounded, some of which have been reviewed recently and conceived as newer formulations. This study focuses on seven major theories in the field of WLB, indicating the field work within the framework of these theories, the locale & sample of the study and the measures used in the study. The motivation is able to provide future researchers in the field with an integrated indication vis-a-vis the fieldwork.
Keywords: Work-life balance; WLB; WLB theories; Work-family (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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