If you're struggling to achieve work-life balance, you're not alone.
In the 1800s, during and following the industrial revolution, ‘work’ was mostly manual, and once workers left the site, they also left their work behind. They were genuinely able to rest, away from work, without having to think about it or worry about what might be going on in their absence.
But now, times have changed dramatically.
94% of working professionals reported working more than 50 hours per week and nearly half of them said they work more than 65 hours per week in a Harvard Business School survey.
Today, work is likely to invade your personal life — and maintaining work-life balance is no simple task. This might be especially true if you work long hours. Your desire to succeed professionally can push you to set aside your own well-being. Technology that enables constant connection can allow work to bleed into your time at home. Working from home also can blur professional and personal boundaries.
Some of the common reasons that lead to a poor work-life balance include:
If you're spending most of your time working, your work and your home life might be negatively affected. Some of the consequences of poor work-life balance are:
Therefore, creating a harmonious work-life balance is critical, because it improves not only our physical, emotional and mental well-being, but it is also important for our career. Striking work-life balance is no more a far-fetched dream. At Career High, we will teach your employees simple and easy to apply strategies to achieve it. We will make the impossible, possible.
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