Work-Life Balance in a Selected Surgery Clinic in Pattaya and Bangsaen


  • Paratchanun Charoenarpornwattana
  • Paranee Svastdi-Xuto
  • Pittaya Pirom-on
  • Rapin Chuchuen


Work-Life Balance


           The purpose of this study is to investigate the work-life balance behavior of the employees in a selected surgery clinic in Pattaya and Bangsaen. The researcher employed quantitative research as the research design, and a survey was used as the research strategy. The sampling of this study was 28 employees. The data were statistically analyzed in terms of frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. The results show the behavior on work-life balance components of the employees in the following parts: Self-management: it was found that employees do not smoke, do not drink alcohol, and learn new things all the time. Time management: it was found that employees spend time efficiently each day, and manage time effectively is the most important thing, they do not waste their time, and they can prioritize their time to do things effectively. Stress management: it was found that employees could get stress both at work and in their daily lives, they do not express their stress within their families, and they can deal with pressures from stress. Change management: it was found that employees think that changing task process may increase more stress, they can learn new things well, and they can work collaboratively with new employees. Technology management: it was found that employees think that technology is important for both work and life, they use technology to relax themselves more than to work with technology they can work more effectively, and they always use a technology in their daily life. Leisure management: it was found that employees give themselves some reward to compensate for their hard work, they always do some activities for themselves, and they spend their holidays for travel. This study will be beneficial to both employees and the company in terms of the development of work-life balance (WLB) in HRD and further studies in this field.

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