What happens when the work-life balance gets skewed and life – well, happens? Use these tips to help you cope at work.
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For many, the end of the year holiday season is a great time for celebration, delicious food and family gatherings. But for others it’s a time wrought with stress, worry, anger and sadness.
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Workplace strategies for surviving – and thriving despite – holiday stress begin long before the first gift is wrapped or the first candle is lit. Here’s how.
As Americans work longer hours and discover more ways to stay connected, it’s no surprise that maintaining a good work-life balance is becoming more challenging.
According to recent media and studies, millennials are not so much about the money, but more about the work-life balance. We want to have it all – great job, social life, and family/school/love life or whatever that third component may be for us. Government agencies, particularly at the federal level, are already investing time and… Read more »
Most of my female friends and colleagues are incredibly strong and ambitious. I usually take it as a given that they will achieve whatever they want, without looking back. So I was surprised when one of my girlfriends recently told me she was thinking of leaving her job because she didn’t think the environment was… Read more »
Over the past few years, federal agencies have been encouraged to support programs that promote work-life balance. According to a presidential memo issued last June, “To attract, empower, and retain a talented and productive workforce in the 21st century, the Federal Government must continue to make progress in enabling employees to balance their responsibilities at… Read more »
In the virtual workplace of the future many high-performing millennials will be empowered by employers to decide when, where and how they work. These employees will be responsible for setting their own hours, as well as deciding if and when to physically commute to a traditional brick-and-mortar office. That is, assuming one still exists in… Read more »