Economic growth and development of the country depends on the banking system. Banking industry has attained the highest position in the world. The quality of work life of its employees plays a important role as the success of the banking industry is highly dependent on its committed employees. The employees in the banking sector are experiencing heavy workload beyond ones capacity, ambiguity to control resources, lack of authority to control resources, absence of autonomy in decision making, etc., leading to worklife imbalances causing stress effecting the mental and physical wellbeing of employees. The aim of this study was to identify the quality of work life of the bank employees, due to high level of work pressure, working with different culturally diversified colleagues, bridging generation gap, women employees issues, professional career development, health issues and performance pressure causing stress. For conducting this research 500 bank employees were selected from nationalized banks of HKR and questionnaires were used to collect primary data from employees of different age group and it was found that employees experienced performance pressure causing heavy stress.
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Shobha B. Hangarki. Quality of Worklife among Employees in Banking Sector: A Study Undertaken at Nationalized Banks, Hyderabad Karnataka Region. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 5(2): April-June, 2014, 194-197.