Managers resolve to spend less time at work
- Media pros forgetting to work, rest and play. // Campaign;7/27/2007, Issue 30, p22
The article focuses on a survey conducted to determine work-life balance in media business. According to the survey, almost one in five media professionals take fewer than 15 days holiday a year and, even when they do, feel the need to keep in touch with the office.
- Work life: Sometimes a pay cut boosts quality of life. Kleiman, Carol // Las Vegas Business Press;09/25/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p30
Reports on the rise in the number of employees opting for lower salaries in exchange of better family and work life in the United States. Other reasons of workers for leaving high-paying jobs; Impact of job switching on career advancement.
- Get a life: Fine-tune agenda, cull info, turn on, unwind, be happy. Booher, Dianna // Fort Worth Business Press;05/11/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 3
Offers tips on how to balance work and family life. Setting of priorities; Improvement of basic communications skills; Avoiding compartmentalization of work and family issues; Making decisions only for significant issues.
- Balancing life and work requires organized thinking, planning. McDonald, Bob D.; Hutcheson, Don // Business Press;06/18/99, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p16
Discusses the keys to achieving a health work-life balance. Importance of prioritizing one's personal vision; Describing how one spends an entire work day; Taking small steps to realize personal goals; Self-quiz for finding out how stressful one's job is.
- Hospital Work/Life Practice. // Healthcare Executive;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p66
Discusses the latest American College of Healthcare Executives chief executive officer (CEO) fax survey which shows that healthcare organizations understand the importance of programs that help hospital employees balance their personal and professional lives. Key benefits of such programs;...
- Finding Balance, Part I. Berman, Eileen L. // Industrial Management;May/Jun99, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p5
Cites the importance of redesigning work to help encourage balance in work and in life. Questions to consider; Views on how to accomplish the goal; Effect of company vision to the structure of everyday activities.
- Why family-friendly practices can also be performance-friendly. // People Management;11/8/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 22, p61
Discusses the findings of a study reported by J. Perry-Smith and T. Blum in the 2001 issue of 'Academy of Management Journal' about the link of family-friendly human resource practices and employee performance. Assessment of the effect of work-life balance initiatives; Examples of family...
- BIRTH RIGHTS. C.S. // Entrepreneur;Dec2002, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p105
Discusses ways by which working fathers arrange their work and family life schedules. Impact of fatherhood on work schedules; Time management during the birth of babies.
- The Secret Marketer. // Marketing Week;10/21/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 43, p15
The author offers his insight on the direct correlation of brand managers' quality and the work quality from agencies in Great Britain.