Do you want a good work-life balance?

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Do you want a good work-life balance? Then go and live in Denmark. That’s the place to work if you want to achieve work-life-balance (WLB) according to the OECD which has recently included it as a factor in its Better Life Initiative.

The OECD has used 3 indicators: the amount of time devoted to personal activities, the employment rate of women with children age 6 to 14, and the number of employees working over 50 hours a week. FYI research shows that 50 hours seems to be the point wh … Read More

via SGandA on Management & Leadership with permission


5 thoughts on “Do you want a good work-life balance?

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