Presented by: Viktoria Kachaluba
“…is about creating and maintaining supportive and
healthy work environments, which will enable
employees to have balance between work and
personal responsibilities, thus strengthens
employee loyalty and productivity.”
Definition of Work Life Balance: -
That dual career families, single-
parent families & families with children
age five are likely to experience the
most work & family conflicts.
Work Life Balance is
different for each of us
as we all have different
priorities and lives.
Research suggests -
• Why do we want a higher salary?
• Why do we want a bigger house?
• Why do we want a better job?
1. Sense of Achievement
2. Self satisfaction
3. Resultant Joy
WHY? WHY? WHY?
“LIFE is like riding a bicycle. To
keep your balance you must
Flexibility is a way to define how, when and where
work gets done and how careers are organized.
Workplace flexibility may include:
Having traditional flextime
Being able to take a few days off to care for a sick child or
other family member without losing pay, having to use
Being able to work some regular hours at home
Having complete or a lot of control over work schedule
Being able to work part-year in current position
Seldom being required to work paid or unpaid overtime
with little or no notice
Work Place Flexibility
Improving retention, recruitment &
Building employee morale & commitment
Protecting the institutions investment in its
Reducing office space & overhead expenses
Improving or extending office coverage
Advantages of Workplace Flexibility