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Title: Quality of work-life balance and employee performance in Kigali independent University
Authors: Umubyeyi, Angel Ruzagiriza
Keywords: Work-life
Employee perfomance
Kigali independent University
Issue Date: Sep- 210
Publisher: Kampala International University,College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: In this study the researcher discussed about Quality of work —life and employee performance, case of Kigali Independent University and researcher attempted to assess the effect of quality of work-life balance on employee performance in that university, and this was verif~i true analysing the effects of flexible working hours on employee performance, to analyse the effect of dependent care initiatives on employee performance, to assess the influence of weliness program on employee performance, to determine the effect of reduced working hours on employee performance and to determine the effect of health and welfare on employee performance. The second chapter included discussions as to other related literature secondary sources were used for this purpose; they included books on Human resource and personnel management, journal and articles published both in print and online. The organisations documents (from human resource department) were also used to throw some light on issues pertaining to the university. Interviews and questionnaires were used to collect information and descriptive research help us with describing the characteristics of staff of Kigali Independent University, a sample size of 127 had been used to represent a total population of 187 employees that works in Kigali Independent University. Data are mainly primary and secondary data. Both qualitative and quantitative data analysis were used in analysing the data collected. Analysis and interpretation of findings revealed that there is a very strong relationship between quality of work life balance and employee performance, it revealed that there are consequence of unbalance between work and life at organizational level, family level and at individual level, bu
Description: A report submitted to the school of post graduate studies in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Award of the Degree of Master of arts in Human Resource Management of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Masters of Arts in Human Resource Management

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