Tag: Work Life Balance
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Louise Demetriou: ‘eight hours on – eight hours off’ – debunking the work-life balance myth
In the hybrid working age, work-life balance is an outdated concept that sets unrealistic expectations for employers and staff with potential to create rather than resolve workplace conflict.Read More
Families welcome! UK workplaces embrace more staff parties than ever
The number of staff parties is on the up – with more and more UK businesses opting for smaller, family-focused work events in place of the extravagant corporate parties of the past.Read More
Four-day working week: majority of Brits desperate for shorter working week
A survey of 530 employees across the UK found that 78% favour a four-day working week – with almost half (45%) saying they strongly favour the policy.Read More
Under 35’s forcing a workplace power shift!
May 22, 2023 | News, Occupational Health | 0
The balance of power has moved from employer to employee when it comes to the rules of the workplace – according to Bright Horizons’ annual Work + Families Snapshot survey.Read More
Livvy Probert: Mental Health Awareness Week – creating a sustainable work-life balance
Research has shown that a healthy work-life balance is now the highest priority for the majority of employees, with 65% of workers ranking it higher than benefits or salary in their list of needs from a job.Read More
Grant Price: The great home working experiment has only just begun
As the tech industry calls workers back to its offices, does this spell the end of the home working experiment for the wider business community and a full-scale return to the office?Read More
Let go of working mum guilt!
Starting and running a business is an exciting venture. However, when you’re a mother, you may also face the struggle of working mum guilt.Read More
Bethany Ainsley: How to balance the equilibrium of a healthy working life
Balance means that your life will find its own equilibrium & ensure that when stressors come along, they won’t throw you off your direction.Read More
Emily Hughes: Unblurring the boundaries between work from home and parenting
The commute acts as a buffer between the spheres of work & parenting. However, work-from-home parents now struggle with blurred boundaries.Read More
Flexible working can reduce gender inequality by enabling mothers to stay in work
The rapid normalisation of remote work has made both flexible working and WFH less stigmatised and could ultimately work in women’s favour.Read More
Young people most likely to see career benefits in remote working
Research finds that young people are particularly likely to feel that remote working has benefits that could help their career progression.Read More
Work-Life Balance: The Ulitimate Guide for Managers
In introductions for managers to work-life balance in the workplace plus links to additional resources for further research.Read More
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