Surveys illustrate the business case for work/life programs

September 1997
Workforce;Sep97 Supplement Tools, Vol. 76, p1
Enumerates study findings concerning the impact of stress due to overwork in the United States. Includes the likelihood of men to consider changing jobs due to work/life conflicts; Relationship between job stress and marital conflict following the 1987 stock market crash; Preference for pay cut in exchange for fewer work hours.


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