The Effect of Work Environment in Balancing the Roles of Life

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Contents Introduction 2 Effect of Work Environment in Balancing the Roles of Life 2 State of Stress 3 Time and Experience: The Two Major Aspects 3 Social Control Methods 3 Social Economic Benefits 5 Results 6 Implementation 7 Recommendations 8 References 9 Affecting Work Environment: Balancing Family and Work Life Introduction A good professional person is one who is able to maintain the gap between his/her personal and professional life. S/he does face problems in both the roles of life, but they know how to cope up with that so that their work as well as that personal life may not get disturbed. There was a time when the link and boundary between the personal life and professional life was vivid, but due to the growing challenges that are faced by the organizations, the workload is highly increased. Employees started working for late hours and targets achievement became more important than any other thing. This made the organizations to become more rigid in terms of achieving goals. Especially those people, who have their families and kids, are facing much difficulty in managing their work and their families. Organizations now expect more work from their professional people and believe on the fact of "lean and mean" (Hall & Richter, 1989). The focus of this issue in light of certain social controls like the organizational practices and policies, laws, training and education, and governmental corporate involvement. Effect of Work Environment

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