Work/life balance: is it an impossible dreams? Most employees strive for it, so how can we as employers help employees to achieve better works/life balance without sacrifice productivity and without busting the budget? Here are several ways employers can help employees achieve that ever - elusive goal of work/life balance. Consider: Allowing work from home, Restricting hours worked. Focusing on outcomes, not hours worked. Looking deeper at workplace culture, Promoting breaks in the work day, allowing vacation time policies., Providing childcare benefits. Offering maternity/paternity leave to new parents. Getting input from employees: ask them what other benefits may be useful., Providing help to employees to get everyday tasks done. Employers could even offer a discount in some cases. This reduces total stress and allows more leisure time at home. Examples of perks that could be either on - site or discounted include: * Laundry facilities and Dry cleaning * Coffee/Soda/ tea/juice at work or discounted coffee shop or convenience store. * Free lunches * Gym and / or fitness classes * Auto repairs and maintenance * Massage/ spa * Tax preparation services * Catering for personal events * Gift - wrapping services * Concierge service that coordinates other miscellaneous needs for employees * Other welfare services. The monograph will give clear dimensions to employers and employees of different sectors. This will be useful for all the sectors employers such as Academicians, NGOs, companies and factories and other public sectors, Researchers and students.
Work-Life Balance Of Employees
|Name of Authors||Veena Dwivedi|
|Book Type||Paper Back|
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