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7 classic tips for work-life balance

The line between work life and personal life is more blurred than ever for today’s office manager. But you need be able to turn off work and focus on family and other responsibilities, as well as recreation and taking care of your own well-being. Here are seven tips—classic but still valuable—for reclaiming your life beyond work. Set boundaries: It’s important to set clear boundaries between your work life and personal life. Make sure you’re not constantly checking emails or taking work calls when you’re supposed to be off the clock. Try to disconnect from work when you’re at home or on vacation. Prioritize your tasks: Figure out what tasks are most important and prioritize them accordingly. This will help you stay focused and avoid wasting time on low-priority tasks that… . . . read more.


Who tops the nation in vacation days?

Last year, Americans used 17.2 vacation days, the most since 2010 according to new research from Project: Time Off. Despite this marked improvement, 52 percent of employees reported…

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Vacation trends by city: Who’s leaving vacation days on the table and why?

U.S. workers will not leave work very far behind—if at all—during the week of December 25, according to Robert Half’s holiday survey. Eighteen percent of workers plan to…

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Why your best talent is leaving and four ways to win them back

By William A. Schiemann, Ph.D  bio
Most leaders of companies today recognize the importance of having engaged people at work. Yet research from the Metrus Institute, Gallup, and others say that…

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