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The present study aims to examine the tie-up alliance in Mindfulness, Quality of Life, and Workplace Stress among Working Women. This study employed correlational research design. The study sample consisted of 180 working women with an age range of 18-60. Data was collected from Public and Private Organizations (Hospitals, Universities, Colleges and Schools). Purposive sampling technique was used to collect data from participants. Questionnaires were used to measure Mindfulness, Quality of Life, and Workplace Stress. Pearson product-moment correlation has assessed the correlation between variables, hierarchical multiple regression analysis used for prediction and for comparisons one-way ANOVA was used. Mediation analysis were done by using process macro techniques by Hayes. Obtained results showed that there is significant positive correlation between quality of life, mindfulness and workplace stress. Mindfulness mediated the relation of quality of life and workplace stress. Government school teacher experience more quality of life as compared to others. While government university professor experience more mindfulness. This research will serve the purpose of knowing the underlying mechanism of workplace stress experienced by women working in organizations and how it can be controlled.