Work Life Balance
Work-Life Balance is a concept that supports the efforts of employees to split their time and energy between work and the other important aspects of their lives.
Work-life balance is a daily effort to make time for family, friends, community participation, spirituality, personal growth, self care, and other personal activities, in addition to the demands of the workplace.
Examples of Work-Life Balance in the Workplace:
- Working Part-Time
- Changing Roles
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When you think about a work from home arrangement, you probably immediately think about the benefits to the employee. It’s a dream of many people to work from their home office, or from the beach, or wherever they happen to be at the moment. While the advantages of working from home for employees are many, there are also a number of benefits for the business that allows employees to telecommute or work from home:
You're probably all too aware of the major sources of stress in your life -- money, your terrible commute, the construction workers who start jackhammering at 5 a.m. But stress and anxiety don't have to just come from obvious or even negative sources. "There are plenty of chronic strains and low-grade challenges that don't necessarily overwhelm you in the moment, but almost take more of a toll in the long run," says Scott Schieman, Ph.D., professor of sociology at the University of Toronto. These are some of unexpected reasons why you might feel anxious or agitated. By recognizing them for what they are, says Schieman, you can better prepare to cope.
Several years ago, I started a job that, for all intents and purposes, was my dream job. At least, it's what I spent four years of college and two years of internships preparing for. This was my big break, and I was not going to squander it.