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Working It Out: Why it's important to create a work-life balance

We live in a digital age and smart work matters more than hard work. We want happy, productive and energetic employees rather than the employees who are compelled to work long hours at sub-optimal productivity levels.

60 per cent of millennials seek flexible working options: Survey

The survey was conducted with professionals across functional areas including accounts and finance, production and human resources working in full-time jobs.


A little planning can help you achieve work-life balance. Here's how

Many of us in corporate life have gone through similar scenarios, where we are faced with a dilemma. Here are few ways, which can help you maintain a work-life balance.

Mumbai paper clip: Study examines how fathers strike a balance between work, life

It examined how fathers in paid work, particularly in a metro like Mumbai, combine work and family life, and measures the stress and well-being of fathers at work in relation to their integration of work and home life.

7-step process to simplify your life and be successful

It is very important to feel centred and balanced in your life, otherwise every single day will turn into a battle for survival.

Women cannot have it all: Indra Nooyi

Nooyi said that she felt guilty for not being able to attend several activities at her daughters' school.


Can't stop checking office mails? Here's how to maintain work-life balance

Technology while of help at work and home also has the potential to be an impediment.

Work-life balance a challenge for employees in India: Randstad

Work life and private life are intertwined for a vast majority of Indian workforce as significant technological development has created a 24x7 intrusion in the private lives of employees,says a study.

Life reaches all time high at 38

Sexual confidence,a good work-life balance and ease in society -- 38 is the age when life begins!

1 in 3 staff lie to boss when they call in sick

Good weather,hangovers and romantic trysts motivated some staff to lie about absences.