Work-Life Balance D000072358

Anthropology, Education, Sociology, and Social Phenomena [I] » Social Sciences [I01] » Work-Life Balance

Anthropology, Education, Sociology, and Social Phenomena [I] » Human Activities [I03] » Work » Personnel Staffing and Scheduling » Work-Life Balance

Description

The optimal arrangement of an individual’s on-the-job and private time to facilitate health and personal satisfaction without negatively impacting productivity and professional success.   MeSH

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