Work to Life Balance Concern among Employees Working in a Medical College and Hospital


  • Avishek Ganguly Department of Academics, IQ City Medical College, Durgapur, West Bengal, India
  • Anik Ghosh Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
  • Subham Das Department of Pharmacology, Santiniketan Medical College, Bolpur, West Bengal, India
  • Niloy Sarkar Department of Academics, The Neotia University, Sarisha, West Bengal, India



Human resource management, Medical college and hospital, Productivity in the health-care industry, Work to life balance


Work to life balance (WLB) is a much discussed topic in the health-care business right now. Employees strive to achieve success and advancement at work while also making time for family and enjoyment. Employee burnout is caused by not balancing these two extremes, thus employers have recognized this as a pressing issue and seek to implement work to life balance strategies, programs, and policies to boost employee morale, motivation, and productivity are all factors to consider. WLB does not imply sacrificing corporate productivity to meet personal obligations. In reality, it is to work productively while also improving one’s personal life. Employee retention is achieved through WLB practices. This article explains the various alternatives available to organizations and employees when it comes to tying WLB policies to organizational and personal success. With IQ City Medical College and Hospital, Durgapur as a case study, this study aims to uncover WLB difficulties in the health sector and the effort the organization has made to maintain the WLB of its personnel.


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How to Cite

Avishek Ganguly, Anik Ghosh, Subham Das, & Niloy Sarkar. (2022). Work to Life Balance Concern among Employees Working in a Medical College and Hospital. Asian Pacific Journal of Health Sciences, 9(2), 139–145.