Posts Tagged: Improving Work Life Balance
Minor Attitude Adjustments From Management Can Have a Major Impact On Their Teams
Whether good or bad, a manager’s attitude is often highly contagious. Sometimes it’s an unconscious shift of mindsets. However, it’s also because employees adopt similar mentalities and mannerisms, believing that they are not just accepted in the company, but welcomed. An employee’s interactions with their manager could directly impact job satisfaction as well. If they Read more »
Reaching Your Breaking Point? Here’s How to Reduce Your Stress Levels… NOW!
Perpetually overworked? Take heed, you may be at risk of burnout. If stress at work has been keeping you at the office for long hours, affecting your mood and impacting your sleep, something has to give. Whether you have too much on your plate or you lack the tools or knowledge to get the job done, you Read more »
Is Your Job Impacting the Health of Your Relationships? Here are Four Tips to Maintain a Better Work-Life Balance
Finding success at work is important, but so is your personal life. Putting in overtime at the office or at home can cause you to miss out on precious moments with loved ones. Leaving the office overworked or unhappy each day can add stress to your relationships as well. Working hard does not mean you have Read more »
Plan a Vacation – Using Your Paid Time Off is a GREAT Thing!
Paid Time Off (PTO) is part of a company’s compensation package. Remarkably, many people do not take full advantage of this benefit. In fact, the average American receives 15 days of paid time off per year, but only uses 12. This resulted in roughly 375 million paid vacation days left unused in the past year, Read more »
Key Warning Signs You’re Letting Your Job Ruin Your Personal Life
How satisfied are you in your current role? Unfortunately, more than half of the workforce is at least somewhat unhappy at work. According to a 2015 survey conducted by The Conference Board, only 48.3% of U.S. workers are truly satisfied with their jobs. Even ideal jobs have their challenges and no one is completely happy Read more »