Work/Life Balance

Many employees affected by the coronavirus pandemic will be eligible for paid sick leave and some will be able to take paid FMLA leave under legislation signed into law March 18.

Getting therapy through your phone

December 5, 2019 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

Therapy apps can be a cost-effective and convenient alternative to the scheduling and cost problems of traditional counseling methods. Here are just a few of the apps now available.

Are you making your time off count?

October 31, 2019 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

Do you usually feel recharged when you return to the office after time away, or does that relaxation drain away as soon as you see all your piled-up emails (in other words, almost immediately)?
Experts who spoke with AARP The Magazine say financial freedom later in life is possible if you take these steps.
Meal kit delivery services may not fit everyone’s schedule, budget, or cooking habits, but the sheer variety of options is alluring. Here’s a list of some of the best.
Q. I find it very difficult to overcome the feeling that all my hard work is causing me to miss too much of my children’s lives. Any advice?

Your brain, body and sleep

June 6, 2019 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

Circadian rhythms are our body’s 24-hour sleep-wake cycle. Cognitive abilities change throughout the day, and with a little awareness we can maximize our work time.

Got any good office clubs?

June 6, 2019 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

A workplace of any size can benefit from having its staff pursue shared interests. Whether social clubs are informal or company-sponsored, they can help your team build long-lasting relationships and help them take an active part in the company’s culture.

3 good reasons to unplug

May 15, 2019 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

Vacation season is right around the corner. Here are three science-backed reasons why you and your employees should completely unplug during your time off.

The 4 Burners theory

December 6, 2018 Categorized in: Featured ArticleWork/Life Balance

Ever heard of this one? It’s a new way of looking at work-life balance.

When work problems come home

December 6, 2018 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

A problem in the office becomes the topic of conversation during dinner. Another situation at work is so irritating that you lose sleep over it. What’s the best way to keep work concerns from colliding with home life?

Stop being so busy

November 29, 2018 Categorized in: Time ManagementWork/Life Balance

Being “busy” isn’t the same as being “productive.” Lauren Berger, founder of and author of Get It Together: Ditch the Chaos, Do the Work and Design Your Success, shares her tricks for staying on top of everything
The traditional 9-to-5 routine doesn’t work for everyone, and companies are learning to accommodate that. Whether it’s the option to work from home, or more flexible hours, you may be able to negotiate a new setup for your work hours.