Impact of Vacation on Employee Stress, Health and Well-being, and Productivity

. Pradhan

Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, Maharashtra, India.

Abhishek Tripathi

Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, Maharashtra, India.

. Vishal *

Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, Maharashtra, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Leisure activities have an important part in promoting health and well-being for employees. This research attempts to determine the link between holiday and the health and well-being of employees, while also demonstrating a precedent in improving productivity. There was a study of 75 workers working in India to assess the culture, stress causes and holiday pattern of their employees. The primary indication of our results was a survey of people operating in the Indian subcontinent. The opinions of participants were the information analysed to establish a relationship between health and well-being of employees and productivity. Impacts of better insurance on employees. The consequences of enhancing the insurance procedure would have a greater level of motivation, retention and productivity for employees. This interpretative sociology would help companies build a workforce that can perform better. The researchers investigated the present condition of employees working in India after using academic ideas and assessing their existing perceived workplaces. At the time of holidays which was the most favoured leisure activity in our survey, we sought to develop a better model to achieve employee health and wellbeing.

Keywords: Employee health and well-being, productivity, efficiency, work culture, leave, recreational activity


How to Cite

Pradhan, ., Tripathi, A. and Vishal, . (2021) “Impact of Vacation on Employee Stress, Health and Well-being, and Productivity”, Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 33(34B), pp. 100–111. doi: 10.9734/jpri/2021/v33i34B31852.

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