CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FEMALE EMPLOYEES UNDER SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL BARRIERS IN BALOCHISTAN
Due to sociocultural and tribal barriers that are still difficult to overcome, women in Balochistan struggle mightily to find employment and support their families. They experience workplace harassment as well as anxieties. Women in Balochistan struggle to find stable employment opportunities. 96% of educated women are unemployed. The culture and tribal traditions of Balochistan demonstrate the violent domination of men in many spheres of life. The main goal of this research study is to evaluate the work performance of female workers in light of socioeconomic and cultural constraints. For the current investigation, the descriptive, analytical, and exploratory methodologies as well as a mixed study design (qualitative and quantitative) were used. The researcher conducted focus groups and six individual interviews with a sample of 400 respondents in the cities of Khuzdar, Zhob, and Quetta. Personal interviews, focus groups, and surveys were used to gather primary data. Secondary data was gathered from books, research papers, magazines, newspaper articles, and other sources, such as research articles. Using convenience sampling procedures, 400 questionnaires with closed-ended questions on a five-point Likert scale were created for quantitative data and given to the selected respondents in accordance with the study's objectives. Purposive or judgmental sampling strategies were utilized for qualitative data. The statistical package for social sciences (SPSS), which is accurate and dependable for data analysis, was used to examine the data.