work-life balance

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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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ATTEMPTS to improve the quality of jobs are being undermined by stress and a poor work-life balance, according to a new report.
A new poll conducted by Bayt.com -- the Middle East's #1 Job Site -- titled Work-Life Balance in the MENA Workplace explores its effect on performance, morale and commitment among MENA professionals.
FILIPINO workers are better off than their Southeast Asian counterparts in terms of work-life balance, online career and recruitment firm Monster Philippines reported.
Filipinos have better work-life balance than Singaporeans, Malaysians study !-- -- (philstar.com) - February 27, 2019 - 5:22pm MANILA, Philippines Filipino working professionals have better work-life balanceexperiences compared to their counterparts in Singapore and Malaysia, according to a study by a Singapore-based website.
'The key to attracting and keeping these women at work is to offer good work-life practices, including flexible working arrangements and supportive family-friendly practices,' he told reporters after attending Talent Corporation Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp) Life at Work 2018 Awards, today.
A Tyneside company which aims to give its staff all of December off has been named the UK's top company for work-life balance.
Now each and every individual has to balance conflicting responsibilities and commitments; work-life balance has emerged as a major issue in the workplace.
Summary: UAE companies are making it easier for employees to achieve work-life harmony
BAHRAIN has been ranked the second best country in the world for work-life balance among expatriates.
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