Work from Home Experience and Work-life Balance of Accounting Business Process Outsourcing Employees

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Derick Suba Figueroa


This study used descriptive-comparative-correlational method of research design. The study identified the demographic profile of the 265 Accounting Business Process Outsourcing employees and described their work from home experience and work-life balance. Significant differences were identified according to their profile. Finally, the relationship between work from home experiences constructs were tested for significant relationship with work-life balance. Findings suggests that the employees agreed on the perceived advantages of work from home as they experienced these. On the other hand, the employees were not affected materially by the perceived disadvantages of work from home. The work-life balance of the employees was rated as good. Male and female employees do not have significant differences in their view of motivational factors (p-value = .69) but were different in views in terms of inefficiency factors (p-value = <.001). In terms of work-life balance, female employees (x̄= 3.75) showed higher level of balance than their male counterparts (x̄= 3.47). Statistical analyses revealed that motivational factors of work from home experience have moderate positive correlation (r = 0.48) with work-life balance. Inefficiency factors on the other hand posted strong negative correlation (r = -0.86) with work-life balance.

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