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Enablers of work from home culture: an integrated empirical framework

Publication Type : Journal Article

Source : Benchmarking: An International Journal

Url : 10.1108/BIJ-08-2021-0476/full/html

Campus : Amaravati

School : School of Business

Year : 2022

Abstract : With the emergence of COVID-19 and increased infections, organizations urged their employees to work from home. Furthermore, with the on-going pandemic, employees take measures to ensure individual safety and their families. Hence, work from home culture can result in long-term employee satisfaction. However, no study addresses the development of work from the home culture in an integrated framework. Therefore, the current research explores the role of safety during the pandemic, organizational commitment and employee motivation on work from home culture, which may influence employee satisfaction. Furthermore, job demands and home demands were also evaluated for employee satisfaction.

Cite this Research Publication : Mandal, S., Das, P., Menon, G.V. and Amritha, R. (2022), "Enablers of work from home culture: an integrated empirical framework", Benchmarking: An International Journal, ISSN: 1463-5771. DOI:

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