WORK-LIFE BALANCE OF NURSES AND LADY DOCTORS
Work-life balance is an issue in private clinics and hospitals that affects the productivity of nurses and doctors. The aim of this article was to identify traits that help nurses and doctors achieve work-life balance. The study will use a random sampling technique to select a sample of nurses and lady doctors working in private clinics and hospitals. A total of 133 nurses and doctors were interviewed. The use of factor analysis and one-way analysis of variance in the study provides a rigorous and systematic approach to data analysis. The results indicate that the implementation of work-life balance policies and procedures can enhance the productivity and engagement of healthcare professionals in clinics and private hospitals, leading to greater job satisfaction. The research can serve as a useful resource for HR professionals and healthcare managers seeking to develop more effective work-life balance policies and practices in their organizations. This study can provide evidence-based recommendations for healthcare organizations to implement effective work-life balance interventions.
Work-Life Balance, Nurses, Women Doctors, Private Hospitals, Hospital Sector, Job Satisfaction.