The role of work-life balance practices in order to improve organizational performance

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  • Publisher: University of Piraeus. International Strategic Management Association
  • Subject: Work-life balance | Organizational effectiveness | Flextime | Work environment | Personnel management | Work-life balance, integration, performance, flexible working time, work-place culture

Well known in the literature as work life balance, the quality relationship between paid work and unpaid responsibilities is critical for success in today’s competitive business world. The issue of work-life balance has been developed in response to demographic, economi... View more
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