The business case for firm-level work-life balance policies a review of the literature

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Wellington: Labour Market Policy Group. Wellington: Labour. The APA Center for Organizational Excellence is a public education initiative from the American Psychological Association designed to educate the employer community about the link between employee health and well-being and organizational performance.

The business case for firm-level work-life balance policies: A review of the literature. Employees in the workforce that fulfill family and work commitments have achieved a sense of work-life balance ("The business imperative," ). The distinction between work and personal life used to be clear.

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Retrieved October The business case for firm-level work-life balance policies: A review of the literature. Wellington, New Zealand: Labour Market Policy Group, Department of Labour. Author Biography Sunny L. Munn is a postdoctoral researcher and the project manager for the Ohio Education Research Center.

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