The Impact of Work Life Balance Programs on Organizational Performance: The Mediating Role of Work Ethics


  • Nadia Mughal Scholar, National Univeristy of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan


work-life balance, organization performance, work ethics environment.


Work-life balance as a balancing act aspect is investigated alongside work ethics and organizational performance in the paper. It addresses how reaching a work-life balance not only improves job satisfaction and employee wellbeing but also affects organizational results favorably. This study underscores the crucial role of work ethics as a mediator in this consonance, implying that ethical business behavior such honesty, dependability and responsibility by workers can significantly improve organizational performance. It also touches upon how technological innovations affect it and the difficulties associated with work-life balance. The paper uses the quantitative approach to collect data using questionnaire from 152 employees of various organizations in Pakistan. The purpose of this approach is to quantify the relationships between work-life balance, ethics on the job, and the results achieved by a company. Thus, the findings highlight the importance of work ethics as a strong mediator between better work-life balance and higher organizational performance. This research shows that Pakistani businesses should prioritize creating a work-life balance for their employees if they want to see increased productivity and satisfaction on the job. This study provides important information for organizational leaders and policymakers, highlighting the essential need of work-life balance and ethical behavior in attaining optimal organization results.




How to Cite

Mughal, N. (2024). The Impact of Work Life Balance Programs on Organizational Performance: The Mediating Role of Work Ethics. International Journal of Business and Management Sciences, 5(1), 56-72. Retrieved from