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Account Balance

The amount available in an account. Simply put, the account balance is the net of all credits less all debits. A positive account balance indicates the account holder has funds available to him/her, while a negative balance indicates the holder owes money. Account balances are important in banking because they determine whether or not an account holder has money for living expenses and in margin accounts because they show whether the holder can conduct more margin transactions.

Balance

The amount of the original loan remaining to be paid.

It is equal to the loan amount less the sum of all prior payments of principal.

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The objective of this paper is to critically analyze and broaden the existing knowledge on how work life balance can be achieved through flexible work schedules and arrangements.
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Keywords: Work Life Balance (WLB), Management Leadership, Employee Job Engagement, Banking Sector, Pakistan
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The results indicate that there are differences in the perception regarding the need for work life balance policies based on their background.
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Establishment and implementation of employee education initiatives focused on the importance of employee wellness through work/ life balance programs that are regularly introduced as part of the corporate culture.
The more psychologists and social scientists study this generation, the more they realize that Generation Y members are most drawn to flexibility and balance in their day-to-day life, so it's important for employers to understand how to incorporate flexibility and work life balance into their recruiting strategies.
It came as no surprise to learn that nurses were in the group of workers with the lowest work/ life balance rating and the highest difficulty rating in getting the balance right.