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The WRQoL is a 24-item psychometric scale used to gauge the perceived quality of work by an employee based on 6 psychosocial sub-factors: job and career satisfaction, general well-being, homework interface, stress at work, control at work, and working conditions .
In this study, QWL was defined by the following statement taken from the Work Related Quality of Life Scale (WRQoL), Question 24: "I am satisfied with the overall quality of my working life." The possible responses were: "Strongly agree," "Agree," "Neutral," "Disagree" and "Strongly disagree." In addition, high QWL was defined as scores of 4 or 5, and low QWL was defined by scores of 3, 2, and 1 on a 5 point Likert scale by the WRQoL question 24: "I am satisfied with the overall quality of my working life."
In addition, we also included the 7 subscales of the NSS and the 6 subscales of the WRQoL.
Linear regressions revealed that polychronicity and time management explained 17% (pLess than .05) and 32% (pLess than.001) variance in WRQoL respectively.
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