A longitudinal analysis of work-life balance perspectives of future business professionals Online publication date: Wed, 19-Aug-2015
by Stefan Linnhoff; Katherine Taken Smith; L. Murphy Smith
International Journal of Business Excellence (IJBEX), Vol. 8, No. 5, 2015
Abstract: People face the difficulty of how to allocate their limited time between work and non-work activities; this is the age-old problem of work-life balance. Facilitating work-life balance for its employees is a vital aspect of best practices in business management, which will engender higher levels of employee job performance and ethical behaviour. This study compares findings of prior research with results of a current survey of work-life balance perspectives of future business professionals. A key finding is that work-life balance is still of high importance. In addition, some interesting gender-related changes were observed. Comparing the results for 2013 and 2008, findings show that regarding WLB-related issues that were of more concern to females than males in the past are now essentially of shared interest for both sexes.
Online publication date: Wed, 19-Aug-2015
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