Quality of Work Life, Demographic Factors Age and Gender
Vaidya, Ajay Pramod
Lumba, Dr. Atul
The success and survival of any organization depends upon the potential and motivation of the employees working in it. The motivation of employees is directly associated with the Quality of Work Life (QWL) they experience in the organization to continue to attract and retain employees. In this connection the quality of work life of employees in private technical educational institutions plays a significant role in disseminating their role and duties. Due to mushroom growth of engineering colleges in India and no proper regulatory control the employees working in private engineering colleges has less scope for QWL, which is very dismal. The current study was conducted to study relationship between all identified variables of quality of work life and to study the relationship between quality of work life of teachers working in various private engineering colleges with demographics factors (Age and Gender) more specifically in Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh. The data was gathered through a five point Likert scale questionnaire from 312 teaching and 104 non-teaching (total-416) respondents of six private engineering colleges of Bhopal. Mean, Standard deviation, one way ANOVA, T-test were carried out to serve the purpose of study.