This study attempt to understand the psychosocial behaviour of married working women constables from Mumbai city. It is challenging for married women constables to maintain quality of life, work-life balance and marital adjustment with irregular work hours and with limited salaries. It is also difficult for them to manage their own emotions with their domestic caring responsibilities and exhausting nature of job. The present study focuses on the relationship between different psychosocial variables. It also focuses on how these psychosocial variables play a major role in married working women constable’s daily life. The main objectives of this study are to measure the association between emotional intelligence, work-life balance and marital satisfaction among married women police constables. The study also focused on how emotional intelligence predicts marital satisfaction and work-life balance and vice versa. For the present study, a correlational research design using a survey method was employed. Married women police constables were approached for data collection purposes who work in Mumbai police stations using the purposive sampling technique. Data were analysed using appropriate descriptive and inferential statistics on r statistical software. The results showed a significant relationship between Emotional Intelligence & Work-life balance and Emotional Intelligence & Marital satisfaction. Results also showed a strong association between work-life balance and marital satisfaction. This psychosocial data will help to make new policies and effective intervention strategies to improve the quality of life of married women police constables in government and public settings.
Keywords: Psychosocial behaviour, Emotional Intelligence, Work Life Balance, Marital Satisfaction and Women Police Constables.