Best Practices for Work-Life Balance

Achievers defines work-life balance as the feeling of being able to manage multiple responsibilities, in both work and non-work life. There should be harmony between the two domains, with the goal of meeting both work and other commitments. According to Sirgy & Lee (2018), work-life balance involves two parts: (1) role engagement in multiple roles in work and nonwork life and (2) minimal conflict between work and nonwork roles, (p. 230). Performance should not suffer in one domain because of interference with the other domain.

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