Polychronicity, Time Management and Work Related Quality of Life among Bank Employees
The present study intended to explore the interaction among polychronicity, time management, and work related quality of life, and to examine the role of varying demographics in relation to variables of the study. The sample consisted of 300 bank employees (private and public sector) from Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Polychronic Attitude Index (Kaufman, Lane, & Lindquist, 1991), Time Management Behavior Scale (Macan, Comila, Dipboye, & Phillips, 1990), and Work Related Quality of Life Scale (Zenga et al., 2011) were administrated. Results showed that time management and work related quality of life were positively associated with each other and negatively correlated with polychronicity. Moreover women were found to be less polychronic, and showed better time management and work related quality of life as compared to their male counterparts. Findings revealed that private sector bank employees exhibit poor time management and work related quality of life and more polychronicity as compared to public sector. Employees with higher job designation expressed more polychronicity however, non-significant results were observed in relation to time management and work related quality of life.
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