Work-Life Balance - New Perspectives

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  • Published date: August 7, 2020
    • Fremont, California, United States

Work-life balance is a topic we hear about all the time. But we often think about it as being the employee's issue to resolve.

Thinking about as the responsibility of both the employee and the employer can shed new light on the topic.

Employers create culture, adopt policies and norms in the workplace that impact employee work-life balance, and hence their well-being. A culture of well-being in the workplace strives to reduce the conflict between work and life for employees.

Work-life balance has new meaning in a world where many employees are working from home. There are new challenges in a world where we no longer commute, or send children to school.

This session addresses the role of both the employee and the employer in creating a workplace that fosters and encourages work-life balance.

Why you should Attend
When we hear the term 'work-life balance', there is an automatic assumption that this is the employee's responsibility.

The employee is responsible for managing their time, setting their personal priorities and making is all work. This assumption is partly true. The employer has a role in this as well.

The conflict between work and life negatively impacts employee productivity. In the long run, it can lead to unnecessary and costly turnover, impacting your organization's bottom line. For the employee, it can have physical and psychological health impact.

Areas Covered in the Session
Creating a workplace culture that supports work-life balance
How to integrate well-being programs with corporate vision and mission
Identify workplace policies that impact work-life balance
Identify approaches to supporting employees working from home
Helping employees build skills that will help them integrate work and life
Who Will Benefit
Chief People or Human Resources Officer
Director of Compensation and Benefit
Director of Total Rewards
Company Presidents
Vice Presidents
All Employees
Speaker Profile
Mari Ryan, CEO and founder of Advancing Wellness, is an expert in workplace well-being. She leverages over 30 years of business experience in various marketing, consulting and executive roles across a variety of different industries. For the past decade, Ms. Ryan has been creating healthier businesses and impacting the lives of employees, through her consulting work and speaking on worksite well-being.

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