IMPACT OF COVID 19 LOCK DOWN ON THE EMPLOYEES’ WELL-BEING: A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO PROFESSIONALS
The study examines the impact of COVID 19 Lockdown on the Employees’ Well-Being. It aims at identifying the indicators of employee well-being and to find out whether these indicators have any relationship with factors like life orientation and work attitude and how these factors further impact the work life balance of employees. The total sample size was of 225 professionals. The authors conducted an extensive literature survey in the area of this study and a conceptual model was developed. Structural equation Modeling (SEM) technique and Partial least square (PLS) based software Smart PLS 2.0 was used for analysis of data. The results of the study show that the respondents consider factors like intrinsic motivation, safety and security and belongingness to be more important in jobs as compared to factors like autonomy and job control and anxiety.