Yemm, Graham
December 2006
Management Services;Winter2006, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p26
Academic Journal
The article suggests ways for people to achieve a work-life balance in a world of increasing pressure and workplace demands. Not achieving balance can affect an individual, his team or colleague, his family and friends. People need to start by accepting more responsibility for how they use or abuse their time. Begin by identifying ideal work-life balance. Be specific about personal goals and for time with family and friends, and for work. Form a gap analysis to begin to achieve the desired balance.


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