Work-life Balance Issues In Relation To Work Performance

Thursday, October 29, 2009 | comments

Most the people who are affected when it comes to life and work balance are the junior staff. Though sometimes it happens, the top management staff rarely complains of balancing his/her work and private life. I heard someone once say that the higher you go up the corporate ladder the less work becomes. This might be debatable but there is some element of truth in it.

The policies of most companies, is to try and include work-life arrangements as a way of ensuring that workers enjoy their personal lives and hence perform better. But in real sense, work-life balance is usually negotiated on a one-on-one basis. It is also to a great extent supported by the work performance of an individual.

The disadvantage that below average performers have, when it comes to life-work balance is that they tend to be less organized. This is in terms of time management and prioritizing both at home and work. With their low performance levels, they rarely get a good reception from their managers to negotiate on life-work balance. Therefore, the next time you want some time off to attend to your private issues, make sure your performance for the month are exceptional.

Your boss has been employed to ensure business operations are smooth. So do not be surprised when he/she appears to be sapping out all your energies. A manager, who has been given leeway to discuss with his juniors on how to separate their work and personal life, will most likely demand that you perform in order to earn time off. According to most bosses, it is upon you to resolve your work-life balance arrangement.
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