The sun is shining and your son wants to play catch. An old friend calls with an extra ticket to see your favorite band. Your daughter is the valedictorian of her graduating class and you want to treat her to a week abroad. An aging family member falls ill, and you wish you’d had more time.
Some things in life shouldn’t require “time off.” The right work environment promotes a balance between professional pursuits, personal goals and life’s other responsibilities.
The idea of work-life balance as an organizational concept promotes a split between work and other areas of life. Depending on your interests, those areas may include raising a family, traveling, volunteering in the community and, quite simply, living more fully.[Click To Read More...]