Indonesian Work Life Balance Policies and Their Impact on Employees in the Higher Education Sector
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The chapter presents findings from a study of the effects of work life programmes on employees attitudes and behaviour in the Indonesian higher education sector. Work attitudes and behaviours examined include organizational citizenship behaviours (OCB) , in–role performance, and organizational commitment. These employee attitudes and behaviours were selected to be tested as it is generally claimed by employers that adopting formal organizational support on work and family issues could improve attitudes and behaviours, which in turn will benefit the organization. The relationship between work life balance programmes and employee behaviours and attitudes was tested via a survey across Indonesian higher education institutions.
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