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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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Flexible work schedule and arrangement creates the avenue for employees to address other life challenges, thus encouraging work life balance (Williams, 2008).
It covered work life balance, productivity boost and enhanced motivation, among other topics.
Shanesha Brooks-Tatum, founding vice president of Creative Research Solutions, LLC, the conference is geared toward women of African descent who are seeking life balance and personal wellness in their lives.
Results confirmed that management leadership is good predictor of employee job engagement as compare to work life balance.
Rincy [22] examined an exploratory study on the work life balance of woman entrepreneurs in south India.
These questions can be processed in relation to the aspects of work life balance that the client identifies as important.
IT and ITeS employees in India are not much exposed to work life balance (WLB) practices and even their employers have not done much in designing and implementing the work life balance policies and practices.
The term work life balance was coined in the 1980's, although its usage in everyday language was sporadic for a number of years.
More than 95 % of the women who had taken part in the survey said that a good work life balance is important for organizations to be more effective and successful.
com/Avon survey found more and more mothers were shunning 9 to 5 jobs for careers with a better life balance, including starting their own businesses
2009), 'Representations of Work Life Balance Support', Human Relations, vol.
The research team, from the Work Life Balance Centre, Leicestershire, and Coventry University, conducted an annual survey canvassing the opinions of between 2,000 and 3,000 employees.