Workers struggling to meet a ‘work-life’ balance

Research published in the Journal of Vocational Behaviour has found that workers who are single and without children have difficulty reaching a comfortable work-life balance. Employees increasingly have difficulty dedicating time to health, recreational activities and pursuing friendships outside of the workplace.

Traditionally, organisations have primarily focused on accommodating for a work-family balance for employees with spouses and children. Authors of the study believe their findings may encourage organisations to adopt HR policies that consider the needs of employees outside of traditional family life.

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