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نتایج جستجو برای work-life balance

تعداد نتایج: 1229144  
2015
Tricia Shinelle Alleyne,

“Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life.” Anonymous. This quote stands out because as we highlight our career goals and strategically plan for them, our personal lives often happen as an afterthought. To be successful at achieving a work–life balance, we should pay equal attention to planning all spheres of our life. While God and Family have been the bedrock in my own...

Journal: :Family practice management 2016
Sarina B Schrager,

T he desire for better work-life balance is a common concern among physicians and a key reason for choosing employed practice. But the term work-life balance has always struck me as problematic. In my experience, achieving a true balance between work and non-work activities is incredibly challenging and, when achieved, is fleeting. My moment of balance is quickly upended by a sick child, a pa...

Journal: :Journal of paediatrics and child health 2016
David Isaacs,

This study, grounded on the Conservation of Resource (COR) theory, examines the role of perceived social support sources and the moderating impact of work-life policy on work-life balance (WLB) among female employees in the context of the Bangladeshi banking industry. Data were collected from 559 female employees from 39 commercial banks located in Dhaka and Chattogram through a questionnaire s...

2016
Keiko M. Tarquinio,

Work–life balance is a never ending topic of discussion among physicians. We constantly discuss how to juggle career advancement, marriage, and children in our daily professional life. Work always seems to be antagonistic to, rather than synergistic with, maintaining a personal life. However, true balance does not sink in until a moment arrives in your life when you consider giving up your care...

Journal: :Frontiers in pediatrics 2016
Mayte Figueroa,

As I reflect on the different phases of my life as a physician, wife, mother, and physician leader, I realize that my expectations or definition of work–life balance have varied. I might even dare to say that my expectations vary on a daily basis. The concepts that remain at the crux of what I consider most important are a feeling of daily achievement and joy in each of my four life quadrants. ...

Journal: :Frontiers in pediatrics 2015
Myke Drayer Federman,

The problem with the concept of work–life balance is that most of the onus of achieving such clarity and satisfaction is left to the employee. As a pediatric intensivist and mother of two, I am ruled by the demands and requirements imposed both by my employer and academic position and by my beautiful children. It is the culture around and perception of working mothers that needs to change – bot...

Journal: :CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne 2014
Joy Albuquerque, Dorian Deshauer,

2017
Andreas Schwingshackl, Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand,

Journal: :IT Professional 2004
Paula Rice,

J ust as little Susie moves to center stage for her dance solo, a cell phone chirps.As this distraction becomes annoying, you realize it’s your phone. Quickly, you grab the device; it’s your boss, so you run out of the auditorium to take the call. Upon returning, you have missed Susie and are the target of the “look”from your significant other. Sound familiar? You are probably suffering from an...