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The present study is to investigate the influence of work-life balance on the job satisfaction and performance of female employees in the Healthcare industry. Data was gathered through a meticulously designed survey tool from a sample of 280 female employees working in various hospitals in Karnataka. The reliability of the instruments was initially assessed, followed by the use of descriptive statistics, correlation analysis, and regression analysis using SPSS. The researchers examine the function of job satisfaction as a mediator between work-life balance and employee performance using the Process Hayes Model 4. The findings reveal significant positive associations between WLB and JB, JB and EP, as well as WLB and EP. These results underscore the importance of work-life balance in fostering job satisfaction and subsequently enhancing employee performance among women in the healthcare sector. The implications of these findings for organizational policies and practices are discussed, highlighting the potential for creating supportive environments that contribute to the well-being and effectiveness of women healthcare professionals.
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Mrs. Reena R, Dr. G.P. Dinesh, Dr. Divya Bharathi. (2024). Relationship between Work-Life Balance, Job satisfaction and Employee Performance among women employees in health care sector. European Economic Letters (EEL), 14(1), 149–156. https://doi.org/10.52783/eel.v14i1.1008