Creating work life balance for your staff can mean the difference between losing and retaining top talent. No one wants to work a full 24-hour day. In fact, a lack of work life balance can affect everything from staff motivation, company productivity and employee engagement levels.
It’s important to lead by example, while also recognising that it is difficult to take a one-size-fits-all approach. Create work life balance opportunities by embracing a variety of options including flexible staffing, flexible working hours, telecommuting, allowing employees to work from home and job sharing.
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