Q).Hello. I'm going a research on work life balance so it would be very kind of you if you can send the link of the scale if you found it.
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= Hi,
Study of 'Work life balance' is one of oft-repeated subject/title by HR and MBA, M.Phil, Ph.D researchers. Your research work & writings is to face a risk of infringing copy rights violations as such papers are published & regd. with ISBN. Therefore it's necessary before you finalise the topic/title of your study, to check back whether there were any similar res.work already regd. with ISBN in the past so that you won't face rejection of your work. There are also innumerable papers published & regd. with ISBN. Here are a few links of res.work but not exhaustive, done earlier on this topic to provide you some idea so that you will be able to select a safe & worthy topic.
http://www.aims-international.org/my...4-488-Done.pdf
https://www.researchgate.net/publica...nce_An_Insight
https://www.researchgate.net/publica...s_in_Bangalore
https://www.academia.edu/801723/Book...ane_M._Houston
http://www.isec.ac.in/WP%20365%20-%2...0-%20Final.pdf
https://www.longdom.org/articles/wor...ure-review.pdf
https://www.researchgate.net/profile...Validation.pdf

From India, Bangalore
This topic is more relevant than ever. My practice in the last year of Sociological work with people implied writing my own research in the vein of a dissertation on work experience at different ages. This useful reference helped me a lot, since the main aspect of my research was taking two generations - people from 25 to 45 years old and their parents. Today, work in one place for 10 years is not considered prestige, 3 years is the maximum and desired term
From United States, Seattle
https://www.citehr.com/605719-disser...ml#post2431303
From United States, Seattle
This topic is more relevant than ever. My practice in the last year of Sociological work with people implied writing my own research in the vein of a dissertation on work experience at different ages. https://dissertationhelp.org.uk helped me a lot, since the main aspect of my research was taking two generations - people from 25 to 45 years old and their parents. Today, work in one place for 10 years is not considered prestige, 3 years is the maximum and desired term
From United States, Seattle
Hi Swerhat,
Thanks for sharing. It's Herculean task to under take a research work spanning generations as you said though would be interesting. It may be a suitable topic for an apex institution/University of repute or an ILO/WHO to conduct such a study. May be if you scale it down to a micro level covering a few families and their generations is possible to do. I wonder there might have done this already, interesting to search and hold out for all to see.

From India, Bangalore

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