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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science

Quality of Work Life of Women Employee Problems in Banking Sector: A Study in Warangal District, Telangana

( Vol-3,Issue-2,February - February 2017 )

Author(s): M. Aravinda, N. Ratna Kishore

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Page No: 150-154
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.24001/ijaems.3.2.25


Globalization, Indian banking, Women Working, House wife,


Indian Banking Industry which is more than a century, passed through many phases in the last 100 years like social control, nationalization, liberalization, privatization, globalization and finally computerization. To keep the pace with the competitiveness derived from the above changes the banking industry, which is the area of concern being manpower intensive, must consider the role of human resource as the most significant key to enhance the profitability, efficiency and overall organizational effectiveness. Women working and earning something is a part of a modern phenomenon, but even now a day’s majority of the women have been challenged by inequality in the workforce. A women worker obviously plays a double role, the traditional feminine role of a house wife or mother or daughter and that of a worker. With the multiplicity of roles her behaviour becomes complex in terms of expected and actual conduct, and she faces a lot of confusion with regard to her role and status. The two roles might sometimes lead to a conflict, which is reflected in many ways in her life.

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