Work Life Balance and Psychological Well Being of Employees in the University of Cape Coast.
Bakari Y Dramanu, Nkyi, K. Anthony, Issahaku John

The purpose of the study was to examine the Work Life Balance (WLB) and the wellbeing of employees in the University of Cape Coast. Descriptive survey method was adopted. Multi-stage sampling technique was used to select a total of 291 respondents from both the lecturing and administrative staff to respond to the questionnaire. Frequencies and Data on hypotheses were tested using the independent samples t-test and Pearson product moment correlation. The results of the study indicate that differences exist between lecturers and administrative staff in their work life balance and their wellbeing. Furthermore, negative relationship exists between WLB and employees’ wellbeing. Implication for practice is also addressed.

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