Work-life Balance

   

Definition: Work-life Balance is a conceptual term used to indicate the need to achieve a proper prioritization between one's work (career, ambition) and one's personal life (health, pleasure, leisure, family, spirituality, lifestyle).
Employees normally identify to some extent with the organization they work in. They feel part of it. Organizational values, norms and interests become incorporated in the self-concept of employees. But employees must also identify with their private, outside roles, or their "true self".


   

   

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