Work-life balance has always been a concern of those interested in the quality of working life and its relation to broader quality of life. Many changes in the workplace and in employee demographics in the past decade have led to an increased concern for the boundary between employee work and non-work lives. The changes in the workplace are not confined to Western societies as many Asian countries have experienced similar trends. This book comprised of research work on developing an indigenous scale to measure the perceptions about balancing work and family life in public and private sector employees and how it relates to employees overall job satisfaction in Pakistan. It also suggests how and what practices Organizations could implement to improve Organizational Behaviour, along with the possible role of Industrial/Organizational Psychologists.