Time-usage strategies in the context of work-life balance : the survey results

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Tubutienė, Vilma; Poškuvienė, Beatričė;
(2007)

Work-Life-Balance has become a long-term subject. In an economy which brings people to the limits of their possibilities it depends more than ever on creating a well-balanced relation between professional requirements and personal wishes by suitable measures and conditi... View more
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