Everyone has a private life. Without a good balance and, indeed, harmony between our professional and personal lives, it is nmot possible to lead an active, wholesome and healthy life – the tipping of this balance can lead to a stressed mental state and burnout. Both employer and employee must strive towards balancing these two and open communication and the coordination of individual, family and organisational roles.
In the past few years as a result of increased workloads, the question of work-life balance has been ever more prominent in Hungary as well in the past few years – lengthening work hours can eventually lead to health complications.
How can the workplace help create a healthier balance?
- Address the issue; discuss the importance of a healthy balance.
- Create opportunities for your colleagues to talk freely about their hours and if they feel they are overworked.
- Provide training opportunity for executives to help them to better understand the signs and impact of stress and an unhealthy work-life balance.
- Create conditions and a culture in which the emphasis is not on the hours worked but on the quality and quantity of work carried out.
- Examine the work environment and gauge which elements of company rules and culture are detrimental to a healthy work-life balance.
- Systematically measure indicators of sick leave, absence from work and employee satisfaction.
- Provide lifestyle and psychological counselling for your employees during work hours if needed.
- Introduce activities promoting mental health, such as a relaxation group or lunchtime sporting opportunity.
We offer the following services to facilitate personal-professional harmony:
· Work-life baléance situation analysis, strategic planning
· Corporate training courses on the theme of work-life balance
· Demonstration of corporate best practices
· Catalysing executive commitment
· Screening and rethinking of roles
· Atypical employment consulting
· Recruitment selection support
· Mentoring for parents with young children
· Coaching, career consultation
· Communication support
For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org