Service System and Work-Life Balance in Commercial Banks in South-South, Nigeria

Authors

  • Nwambu Gabriel Chibuzor, Ph.D

Keywords:

Service System, Work life Balance, Involvement Balance Time Balance, Satisfaction Balance

Abstract

This study investigated the relationship between service system and work-life balance in Commercial banks in South-South, Nigeria. The accessible population for this research was 232 employees of the main branches of eight internationally licensed Commercial banks in the South-South of Nigeria. The sample size for this research was 147 employees from the population of 232 employees in these banks, with the application of using the Taro Yamane formular. A total of 139 questionnaires were retrieved, which were used for data analysis. Descriptive tools such as frequencies and percentages were applied in the assessment of the demographic characteristics; mean and standard deviation was applied to analyse the research variables. Hypotheses were tested using Spearman Rank Order Correlation Coefficient at 0.05 significance level. From the finding so far, the results revealed that, a significant relationship exist between service system with respect to time balance, involvement balance and satisfaction balance in Commercial banks in the South-South of Nigeria. It was recommended among others that; the service system of workers by the management of the Commercial banks in South-south Nigeria, should be such that centres and emphasizes on consistency, and equity, matching wages and salaries with worker’s actual contributions and efforts channelled toward the achievement of organizational goals and objectives.

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Published

2024-06-08

How to Cite

Gabriel Chibuzor, Ph.D, N. (2024). Service System and Work-Life Balance in Commercial Banks in South-South, Nigeria. BW Academic Journal, 8. Retrieved from https://bwjournal.org/index.php/bsjournal/article/view/1907