Impact of Life Domain Balance on Global Life Satisfaction

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Ravindra Penmatsa, Prof. A. Sreeram


The world is changing at a fast pace, and the future will be faster. This quick change is leading to Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous (VUCA) work environments. Uncontrollable uncertainty is one source of stress. Traditional work-life balance interventions are insufficient to address stress as they do not consider the latest developments in the employment relationships and working arrangements. Last few decades, there is growing interest in Global Life Satisfaction (GLS), a component of positive psychology and Subjective well-being, to build the resilience required to tackle stress-related challenges. GLS is, in turn, related to satisfaction with Life Domains (LDS) like career, money & finances, health, friends & family, fun & recreation, physical environment, and personal growth. The study’s objective is to know the impact of LDS balance approaches on GLS and give suitable suggestions to improve GLS. Study results indicated that the LDS balance significantly impacts GLS. Working on a domain with the least LDS improves GLS, whereas working on a domain with the highest LDS decreases GLS..

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