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Title: Employee Wellness A study of Banking Sector in Gujarat
Researcher: THAKAR MANALI BANKIMBHAI
Guide(s): SAMPADA SHASHANK KAPSE
Keywords: Social Sciences,Economics and Business,Management
University: Gujarat Technological University
Completed Date: 02/05/2019
Abstract: quotSince last few years, banks have been going through enormous changes in terms of organization and structure. Technological innovations and new structure of the operation have made an impact on the working conditions and daily lives of employees. Continuous changes in employment and working conditions are significantly reshaping working lives. It has a relevant impact not only on companies organization but also on employee s health. Thus, it is imperative that wellness of bank employees is assessed. Thus, the purpose of the research investigation was to develop the Employee Wellness Scale and examine its psychometric features in a sample of bank employees. A correlational research design was employed for this investigation. newlineSpecifically, the researcher examined: (a) the factor structure of the Employee Wellness Scale with a sample of Bank employees; (b) the internal consistency reliability of the Employee Wellness Scale; (c) the relationship between the Employee s total Wellness Score and their reported demographics; (d) the relationships between the Employee s factor wise total score and their reported demographics; and (e) the prevalence of health issues among bank employees in Gujarat. newlineA review of the literature is provided, discussing theoretical and empirical support for all the items on Employee Wellness Scale. The data was collected by face-to-face administration. The sample size for the investigation was 496. Data analysis resulted in a seven-factor Employee Wellness Model that accounted for 55% of the total variance. The findings of the research suggest, that early onset of noncommunicable diseases among bank employees is a major concern. Thus, there is an urgent need for comprehensive and integrated interventions to reduce the prevalence of health issues and its risk factors among bank employees in Gujarat.quot newline newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/235146
Appears in Departments:Management

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