Work-life balance: a boon to productivity or an illusion?


Work-life balance: a boon to productivity or an illusion?

Working remotely and flexible scheduling are some of the strategies as millennials bring new ideas to the workplace


Creating healthy work environments that are flexible means a lot more than sprucing up the traditional corporate office.

As the real costs of burnout due to workplace stress become increasingly tangible to employers, companies are also looking towards new strategies that support and empower better work-life balance.

According to Prof Andrew Thatcher, from the psychology department at Wits University, it’s vital for both the corporate and personal levels that strategies that enable work-life balance address the diversity and complexity of today’s workplaces...

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