WORK-LIFE BALANCE AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN HIGHER INSTITUTION IN WARRI DELTA STATE

Authors

  • MADOGWHE, Salvation Department of Business Administration Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria.
  • OMOGERO, Esegbuyota Faith Department of Business Administration Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51594/ijmer.v5i1.437

Abstract

This study investigates the effect of work-life balance and employee performance on College of Education, Warri staff. Studies had shown that work-life balance plays an essential role in attaining effective employee performance and actualizing set goals and objectives. Three research questions and three research hypotheses were formulated for this study. A survey method was employed in this study whereby a self-structured questionnaire was adopted as the instrument for data collection, which was administered to purposely select 135 staff of College of Education Warri without recourse to age, gender, rank, or department. Regression and correlation analysis was used to test the hypothesis. It was discovered that there is a significant positive relationship between leave policy, ICT, flexi-time, and employee performance. The findings revealed that ICT, flexi-time, and leave policy increases employee performance. Therefore, the researcher recommends that management of college education, Warri, prioritize creating various work-life balance practices and incentives to improve employee performance

Keywords: Gender, Equality, Gender Equality, Empowerment, Safety, Self-Efficacy.

Published

2023-01-29

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