Organisational Predictors Of Work-Life Conflicts Amongst Police Personnel In Indian State

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Ms. Anju , Prof. B.K. Punia


Organisations are resorting diverse measures to contribute to health and happiness of its employees across sectors wherein least prevalence of work-life conflicts plays a dominant role. Though there are numerous contributors to work-life conflicts yet organisational factors have an overriding position. The central objective of this study has been to identify the organisational predictors of work-life conflict among police personnel in Haryana, state of India. A convenient and systematic random selection technique was used to survey 500 police personnel in Haryana, India to gather the data on the organisational contributors of work-life conflict. Work overload, role ambiguity and long working hours were primarily focussed, in addition to the sample police demography. The data was gathered through a structured questionnaire using internet (using a Google form). In order to analyse the research model, the partial least squares structural equations method (PLS-SEM) was applied to analyse the data using Smart PLS (v. 3.3.7) statistical software. The results found that work overload, role ambiguity and long working hours are directly associated and contributing to the work-life conflicts in police personnel.

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