Work Life Balance

Work Life Balance
I believe that work-life balance, (WLB) is a myth. It’s safe to say that, for many, work occupies about half of our waking hours, but work and personal life are not easily compartmentalized.

The COVID-19 pandemic has jolted the entire world in ways none of us have ever imagined or experienced before. The personal and organizational implications vary dramatically by setting and circumstance. Individuals and organizations are grappling with how to replace fear with hope, be realistic and optimistic, and react to today’s constraints and envision tomorrow’s ideals.

I believe that work-life balance, (WLB) is a myth. It’s safe to say that, for many, work occupies about half of our waking hours, but work and personal life are not easily compartmentalized. To balance work and life implies the separation of the two, but new technology and evolving workplace environments are mixing business and pleasure.

WLB refers to some semblance of being able to separate work life from one’s personal life and carving out a reasonable amount of time for the latter. Many people struggle with WLB, in general and seem like a strange aspiration for a fulfilling life. And...

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S. Varadarajan

Board Advisor, Talent & Strategy enabler, Leadership Coach, Gurgaon

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Board Advisor, Talent & Strategy enabler, Leadership Coach, Gurgaon

August 2022 Issue

HYBRID WORK MODEL - Aug. 2022

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