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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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Objective: We have witnessed significant work-life policy advancements designed to help men and women more equally combine employment with other spheres of life in recent decades, Yet gender inequality persists.
The four-day course, facilitated by the Office of Occupational Health and Wellness, taught attendees how to establish a sustainable program that positively affects all employees' health and wellness, and aids their work-life juggling, regardless of post.
The study is part of a series of studies conducted to determine the influences of work-life balance practices on job satisfaction and organizational commitment at the University of Peshawar.
They cover negotiating work-life balance at the individual and familial levels, negotiating work-life balance at the organizational and societal levels, and cross-cultural perspectives.
The specific topic this time looks at the opportunity for greater collaboration between EAP and Work-Life.
Preparing childcare facilities directly enables more women to marry and have children while remaining in the workforce that is it increases their potential to balance marriage and childbirth with career (their potential for work-life balance).
CONSIDER what impact can a good work-life balance have on your business?
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To mark National Work-Life Week, the women's economic development body, Chwarae Teg, has created an online tool to help people figure out their current work-life balance and understand how to get it onto a more even keel.
Muscat: Business people in the Middle East are more likely to still be managing additional duties taken on in the downturn and to be spending more time away from home than their global peers, according to the Regus Work-Life Balance Index, which was launched yesterday.
Work-life had its genesis in the concept of work-family balance in the 1980s, when the apparent tension between work and family life began to be recognised.