International Journal of Commerce and Management Research

International Journal of Commerce and Management Research


International Journal of Commerce and Management Research
International Journal of Commerce and Management Research
Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2022)

Work-life balance of women teachers during covid-19 pandemic (A study in Visakhapatnam city)


Jayasri Puli, Srilalitha Sagi

Employees are valuable assets to the country. The backbones of any institution are both students and teachers. The mental well-being of both students and teachers is equally important in the development of any educational institution. Today's fast-paced and expensive world has made it necessary for women to work, which results in personal growth for women, which then leads to organisational growth and family well-being. In order for women to be productive and happy at their jobs, particularly in schools, it is critical that they are content. Otherwise, this will have a negative impact not only on the children, but also on every family, particularly their children, "the future generation." Female employees suffer as a result of their inability to maintain a healthy work-life balance, despite the fact that educational institutions were designed to be stress-free environments. In order to maintain a work-life balance, they should be given more consideration, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, when all schools have been closed due to lockdowns. Furthermore, women, particularly teachers, are the foundations of society. Working throughout the day while juggling work schedules and family obligations becomes extremely difficult for women when small children are present. The management is constantly pushing for higher and higher levels of performance in order to improve the schools' reputation. In this context, the primary goal of this research paper is to look into the work-life balance of female teachers during the Covid-19 pandemic. The researcher chose Visakhapatnam as the study area for this purpose, where she met with 310 teachers and distributed the questionnaire for data collection. The so-called work-life balance will be shattered, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, as women teachers struggle to keep up with their workloads. As per the findings of this study, which looked at the work-life balance of female teachers during the Covid-19 pandemic, the majority of them were satisfied with the balance they were able to achieve between their professional and personal lives. The research also sheds light on the factors that may help to improve work-life balance.
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Jayasri Puli, Srilalitha Sagi. Work-life balance of women teachers during covid-19 pandemic (A study in Visakhapatnam city). International Journal of Commerce and Management Research, Volume 8, Issue 2, 2022, Pages 16-26
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