The Multidimensional perspectives of mindfulness in the work context is
increasing as organizations constantly face challenges such as competition,
high burn-outs, emotionally draining work roles, fake expressions, decision
biases, emotional exhaustion, task and contextual performance, technological
and informational changes, globalization and cultural diversity. This study is
conducted to examine the effect of Mindfulness on the job performance of
employees in Educational Organisations of Mumbai on selected variables.
Mindfulness is simply being attentive and aware of what is happening right now
without thinking if it would be different. The objective is to study the effect of
mindfulness on job performance of employees in educational organisations of
Mumbai. To achieve the objectives, data was collected probing the aspects of
Mindfulness related to the job performance. The data was analysed through
calculating Mean, SD, t-test, ANOVA. It was concluded that Salary, Marital
status and Gender has significant effects on job performance of the employees
in educational organisations of Mumbai. Overall comparisons reflected that
Divorced employees are found to be more mindful than single and married
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