Impact of work life flexibility on work performance of the employees of IT Companies.

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Dr. Lalit Prasad, Dr Priyanka Mishra


In this digital era and with the advent of technology, work life flexibility is in demand and is being practice din many organizations to support the company and employees. In lieu of the same, this paper investigates the relationship between work life flexibility and work performance. There is very limited empirical research that substantiates the relationship betweenwork life flexibility and work performance. The Sample of the study was comprised of 179 (75 male and 104 female) of employees of IT Companies. The data were collected from work life flexibility questionnaire including Job Satisfaction, Workplace Stress, Financial Reimbursement, WorkLife Balance and Job Environment.  The work performance consists the components: Task Performance, Contextual Performance, Adaptive Performance and Counterproductive Behavior. It is found that work life flexibility predicts work performance as F (1,177) =106.091, p<0.05, R=0.612, R2=0.375, β=0.612,t=10.30,p<0.05.  It was also found that Gender has no significant effect on work life flexibility and work performance as: F(2,176) = 0.361 and Wilks’ Lamda= 0.697>0.05, Partial Eta Square =0.004. The findings of the study were discussed in line with the extant literature and the results of the analyzed data.It was therefore recommended that the IT companies should give due attention to the findings of the study.This study also suggests that the future direction of research should focus on work life flexibility and organizational commitment, employee engagement, absenteeism of employees of IT companies and also this study can be linked to the other sectors. 


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