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life balance

A harmonious blend of occupational, familial, social, and leisure pursuits.
Synonym: role balance; work-familybalance work-life balance
See also: balance
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Harvard Business Review on work and life balance Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2000
A related variable that is likely to impact a person's sense of well being and subsequently his/her Work Life Balance would be--burnout or work exhaustion.
2006), 'Managing Work-Life Balance in the Queensland Public Service', paper presented to Socially Responsible, Socially Responsive: Work Life Balance Conference, Australian Centre for Research on Employment and Work and Kings College, Prato, Italy, July 2006.
Chwarae Teg regional manager Angela Hooper, who heads the Work Life Balance project, said: ``This project is a major driver in taking forward the Work Life Balance agenda in Wales and I am pleased to welcome the team who will be a great asset to the core work of Chwarae Teg.
Eight in 10 parents with children under six said work life balance was important when choosing a job.
The guide cuts through these problems by providing easy to follow techniques to bring work life balance interventions into the workplace and covers problems most often raised by clients.
Among them is Astley Community High School, in Northumberland, which this week became one of the first schools in the country to gain Investors in People's Work Life Balance award.
Life balance is also about how we share ourselves with others.
is pleased to announce that it now has launched a new channel for audio podcasts about Life Balance on Apple's iTunes store.
It is conducted by the Work Life Balance Centre and Keele University.
Ruth Lea, head of the policy unit at the IoD, said: "Employment brings many benefits including money - which is rarely mentioned by the work- life balance protagonists - status and social contact.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- Residents of Chicago say they have the least amount of balance in their lives, while people in Miami claim to have the most, according to a new survey, the Princess Cruises Life Balance Barometer.