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Workplace flexibility: Advice, training, research. So, most of my literature review is from the above mentioned sources. Motivation studies The article which majorly inspired me to take up this study on work / life balance measures effectiveness is the article named “The business case for firm-level work-life balance policies: a review of the literature” by Philippa Yasbek.4/4(5).
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. Yasbeck, P.
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