More than ever before, workers throughout the world are fulfilling many different roles in their lives. Prioritizing between professional and personal life can be, not surprisingly, difficult for many employees. For employers, this can mean burned-out employees who are neither motivated nor capable of doing the best work they can do.
If you're an employer, it's really in your best interest to encourage work-life balance for your workers. Why? Because it can cost you a lot of money in decreased productivity and absences, but also because employees who feel the pressures of juggling between work and personal life are less likely to think creatively and contribute to your company's success.
Check out our infographic to see why, how and for whom you need to offer work-life balance.