How we can actually get a better balance between work and life — for good

When the epidemic arrived in 2020 and sent legions of office employees home, separating work from life proved difficult. Mental health has suffered.

Most individuals no longer work 9-5. Better work-life integration is under the limelight like never before.

More companies are realising that things need to change and are trying things like more paid time off or even a 4-day workweek.

While studies show that adding a day to the weekend might help, maintaining greater work-life balance may be more difficult.

Setting clear limits, communicating proactively, and reviewing priorities can help workers individually.

Keeping employees from being overworked and stressed out benefits both workers and employers.

Work demands that are too high, like long hours and pressure to work quickly, hurt both physical and mental health.

Because remote workers are offsite, employers must trust that work gets done, which is essential in professional partnerships.

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