Working Life

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Working Life

The time during which an adult is expected to be working or pursuing work. One's working life begins after the completion of education and ends at retirement. In general, most of one's savings and investments occurs during the working life because this is when one has the highest cash flow and, sometimes, the willingness to take risks.
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Consider ways in which organisational procedures and activities could be improved in order to make employees' working lives less frenetic, stressful, or tiring.
Nearly three-quarters of respondents (73 percent) report having a work-life balance, defined as meaningful daily achievement and enjoyment in one's home and working lives.
It is extremely important to re-establish nurses' and health workers' rights to balanced working lives and to ensure workplace policies and practices promote family life, safe working conditions and healthy living," Brown said.