By Hermione Shou
Like many of us, you are tired, but you keep pushing through life. As a legal professional or a student with long work hours, you may already be amongst the 1 in 4 Canadian workers who find their lives very stressful due to work and family obligations.
Work-life balance is a simple . . . → Read More: Law is Cool: Don’t burnout—break out and dance!
By Leo Tam PRLG 722 Sec 101
Posted on: Jun 15, 2014
Work life balance is the effort to separate pressure from work from interfering with personal lives of individual employees. The ultimate goal of a work life balance is to avoid a burn-out due to excessive work. Work and personal life need . . . → Read More: Law is Cool: The Fallency and Impracticality of Work-Life Balance
For myself, I like to knock off work at about 3 pm, hit the links or drop by the club for a single malt scotch (or three). Back on my homeworld, Neecknaw, I expected my troops, commanders, and personal grooming … Continue reading →
It’s 9am, do you know where your millennial employees are? No? No worries. It’s all good. They’re not factory chickens.
People who study characteristics of different generations have some incredibly important things to say about how different groups work. Organizations, however, are typically run by older people with their own generation-influenced work . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: How Millennials Can Improve Everyone’s Job Satisfaction