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work-life balance

the idea that the demands of work and domestic life be balanced so as to optimize the well being of employees and their families. Specifically initiatives in this area are targeted at reducing excessive working hours. See PRESENTEEISM, WORKING TIME.
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Economic and social well-being were ranked out of 30, work life balance was ranked out of 30, childcare was out of 30, and health was out of 10.
Work life balance (WLB) has become an essential element in sustaining and achieving balance between individual life and work life.
The paper recommends the provision of such work life balance facilities at other institutions of Pakistan so that employees can balance their lives and perform well at their workplaces.
The purpose of this research is to check the effect of management leadership and work life balance on employee job engagement.
In this research we are going to Prioritizing of factors affecting the work life balance among employees in Iranian organizations.
Applying this model to addressing work-life balance, we recommend that counselors conceptualize counseling for male clients, experiencing difficulties with work life balance, in a framework that incorporates self, work-life balance, and community.
TO READ MORE ABOUT THE WORK LIFE BALANCE FOR PROPERTY MANAGERS, SEE THE ARTICLE ON PAGE 48.
Considerable research has highlighted the importance of stress and work life balance for organizational performance.
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It also aims to gather their views regarding a more efficient application of the work life balance initiative to provide maximum benefits for both the business and their own lives.
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, March 7 -- BharatMatrimony, the world's first and largest matrimonial website, today announces the results of their online survey for women on work life balance conducted on their Women's Day special micro site.
2009), 'Representations of Work Life Balance Support', Human Relations, vol.