Posts Tagged ‘Work-Life Balance’

Work-Life Balance: Who Is Getting It Right?

Are professionals living to work or working to live? A new survey from staffing firm Robert Half shows it’s more of the latter these days.

Nearly three-quarters (74 percent) of employees polled said they’ve achieved a good to excellent work-life balance.

Forty-three percent think it…

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Too Many Americans Have an Unhealthy Work-Life Balance

Having a healthy work-life balance is important, yet a net survey reveals that only 40% of Americans achieve it.

Groupon said it surveyed 2,000 Americans on their levels of stress and what they would do to relax if given the chance.

What it found was that 60% of…

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American Workers Shift Focus to their Personal Lives

Maybe it’s a sign of an improving economy, but more American workers are shifting their work/life balance in favor of life this year.

In fact, 54% of workers interviewed recently for staffing firm Robert Half said they have increased their commitment to their personal life over the last…

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Staying Healthy Can Help You to Avoid Burnout

We often associate job burnout with stress, and over-work. While rest is an important element in avoiding burnout, so, too is staying active and healthy, according to a new report.

A survey conducted recently by Harris Poll on behalf of Virgin Pulse found that there is a strong link…

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What Do Workers Want?

A new survey polled workers on what they wished for – career-wise – in 2015. Not surprisingly, many of them wanted a raise (who doesn’t?). But others were seeking tools that would make their work more effective, while others sought more flexibility to balance work and family life.

The survey…

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