Work-Life Balance and Being an 'Employer of Choice'

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Work-Life Balance and Being an 'Employer of Choice'
c.rajalakshmi, Professor, India, Member
According to a recent survey, more than 70% of CEOs thought that they could not remain competitive if they didn't help employees to balance their work life and home life. Employees have realized that they're expendable, and consequently they're less committed to their employers and more likely to leave for greener pastures. Finding work life balance in today’s frantically paced world is no simple task. As far as possible, there should be an inclusive and integrated approach to affecting a work life balance, not sacrificing any essential facet of happiness and growth. This paper deals with the organizations role in work-life balance and number of areas in which strategies can be formulated to achieve a work life balance in manufacturing organizations for being in 'employer of choice' and improving productivity. INTRODUCTION There is a substantial increase in work due to intense and competitive work environment. There is a lot of pressure built up on individuals leading to a number o (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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