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Work-life balance: essays in individual and organizational behavior

By: Rao, C.B.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chennai; Notion Press, 2019Description: 571p.ISBN: 9781684667178.Subject(s): Work and family-Government policy-Great Britain | Flextime | Personnel management | organizational behaviourDDC classification: 65:316.454.54 RAO/W Summary: Individual behavior is an integral part of organizational behavior. As individuals and organizations devote the needed attention to the subject, the challenging issue of work–life balance is resolved. This major work on organizational behavior, with its ninety chapters, is divided into fifteen sections, each of which deals with a specific theme relating to factors impacting and is impacted by organizational behavior. This book provides multiple constructs that facilitate optimal work–life balance. This book will serve as a companion text for students and faculty specializing in organizational behavior and general management. Academicians, industry managers, and leaders as well as administrators and policy makers will find this book a useful thought-primer and guide for effective organizational management. More importantly, the several propositions made in the book would help individuals and institutions achieve competitive strength, emotional stability, and self-actualization through optimal work–life balance.
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Individual behavior is an integral part of organizational behavior. As individuals and organizations devote the needed attention to the subject, the challenging issue of work–life balance is resolved. This major work on organizational behavior, with its ninety chapters, is divided into fifteen sections, each of which deals with a specific theme relating to factors impacting and is impacted by organizational behavior. This book provides multiple constructs that facilitate optimal work–life balance. This book will serve as a companion text for students and faculty specializing in organizational behavior and general management. Academicians, industry managers, and leaders as well as administrators and policy makers will find this book a useful thought-primer and guide for effective organizational management. More importantly, the several propositions made in the book would help individuals and institutions achieve competitive strength, emotional stability, and self-actualization through optimal work–life balance.

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