IJSRP, Volume 7, Issue 6, June 2017 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Javeed Ahmad Teeli
Individual perception of high Work life balance (WLB) and sense of Organisational Commitment during Mid-life among executives has become imperative for any organization in order to ensure enhanced performance efficiency, particularly in this era of highly competitive business environment. It is no wonder that the mid-life has attracted numerous contributions from researchers and HR practitioners that attempt to investigate on various factors influencing mid-life, their interrelationship and possible outcomes of different stages of mid-life prevailing among executives. This paper is an attempt to find out the relationship between Mid-Life and Organisational Commitment among female executives of a public sector bank. Purposive and simple random sampling methods were employed to recruit one hundred working executives as participants for the study. Questionnaires were used to collect data, which was analyzed using descriptive and Pearson Correlation statistics. The findings indicated a statistically significant negative relationship between respondent’s Organisational Commitment and mid-life. The findings reinforce the need for healthcare and other professionals, such as social workers to deepen their understanding of the effects of multiple roles on the Organisational Commitment of women who combine employment with parenthood and marriage.