Article : Quality Of Working Life (QWL) Of Bank Managers In Public And Private Sector Banks In Bihar, India

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Quality Of Working Life (QWL) Of Bank Managers In Public And Private Sector Banks In Bihar, India

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Indrajit Kumar, Mihir Kumar Shome

The study aims at comparing the Quality of work life (QWL) of the Bank managers in Public Sector and Private Sector Banks in Bihar, India. This research effort has been made to understand increasing opportunities of employment generation in the banks and how their work has been done from the bank managers. The present study is based on Jain(1986)’s Quality of working life (QWL) model based on eight parameters. The sample of the present study comprised of 250 bank managers and their age varied from 26 to 52 years. Among 250 bank managers 140 bank managers were public banks and 110 bank managers were private banks.   SPSS were used for data analysis.  Data were analyzed based on descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Descriptive Statistics has been used to describe the general perception of bank managers towards various factors affecting the Quality of work life (QWL) in the banking Sectors. Inferential statistics includes student‘t’ test. The‘t’ test results show that the two groups differed significantly only on ‘Social integration in the work organization’. The results were discussed in the light of other relevant studies.

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