Lightening workload heightens job satisfaction, productivity

Davolt, Steve
April 2006
Employee Benefit News;Apr2006, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p19
Discusses the productivity benefits of reduced work loads in the workplace. Implication of work-life balance of workplace transformation; Ability of workplace flexibility to boost female workforce levels; Effect of rigid reliance on head count approaches to accounting and administration as a form of structural hurdle.


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