The Relationship of Work-Life Balance and Quality of Life among Women Employees in Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia
1Tengku Fatimah Muliana Tengku Muda, Syh Noorul Madihah Syed Husin, Siti Khatijah Ismail, Zurita Mohd Yusoff, Siti Fatimah Salleh, Wan Mohd Yusof Wan Chik and Nadiah Binti Zakaria
Life and work overlap and interact regardless of education level, gender, occupation or age. A shifting trend in the labour market witnessed a rapid increase of women in the work force, heightening the awareness of work-life issues. In contrast, conflicts between work and personal life priorities can be catalyst for a low quality of life. Thus this study aimed to investigate the relationship between work-life balance and the quality of life among women employees in UniSZA, Malaysia. Quantitative method was employed, whereby data were analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with IBM-SPSS-AMOS program version 21.0. Three dimensions of work-life balance were assessed, Work Interference with Personal Life, Personal Life Interference with Work and Personal Life, and Work/Personal Life Enahncement. The findings revealed that there is high correlation of work-life balance and the quality of life among women employees in UniSZA, Malaysia.
Work-life Balance, Quality of Life, Structural Equation Mode (SEM).