From [i]nfoNet – Your BBNC Employee Resource.
Volume 12, 2022
Work-life balance is important for a healthy work environment. In short, work-life balance is where a person equally prioritizes the demands of one’s career and the demands of one’s personal life. Easier said than done, however, there is always room for improvement in that balance.
3 rules for better work-life balance:
Weekend work is a lot more common now days and are most likely filled with a million interruptions, such as, taking a phone call, responding to an email, working on a report, which all have become the “norm.” In working in evenings and weekends we’ve convinced ourselves that these behaviors are no big deal. Maintaining work-life balance helps reduce stress and helps prevent burnout in the workplace. Listen more below to learn the three rules for better work-life balance.
WHAT SHOULD [i] DO?
Q: Do you have someone to turn to for work-life balance support?
It is important to have support around you , and being able to speak up and ask for help is a must when you need it. When we become overwhelmed in either work or life it can and will greatly impact our productivity, so having someone to turn to, and talk with can give you a different perspective to consider. If you don’t have someone to turn to, reach out to the Compliance Department for advice. We are here for you.
5 Reasons why maintaining a work-life balance is so important
Both work-life and personal lives are important, and neither should be neglected. There are five main reasons why you must maintain a healthy work-life balance.
See examples below:
- To maintain your mental health;
- To ensure your physical health and wellbeing;
- It increases productivity;
- Become a more rounded individual;
- You get one life, so live it to the fullest.
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