77 % 1 3 in cope by sacrificing personal needs (e.g. sleep) and leaving things undone at home (Data from 2001) Work-life conflict in Canada is increasing. 53 % cope by having fewer or no children report high levels of burnout and depressed mood 1 4 in think about leaving their organization weekly 58 % report high levels of role overload
How can I beat the trend? Take the Work-Life Survey _ and receive instant feedback and tips. You will be given expert coping strategies based on the workplace you describe.
1. Which category your workplace falls into What will the feedback show? 2. And what you can do about it
This is part of a global research project. Help Canadian organizations to become more family-responsible Objectives Create a benchmark for Canada Survey participants can also see some of the global results. Our team:
SOUTH AMERICA Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Peru Venezuela NORTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA Canada Mexico Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala AFRICA Kenya Nigeria ASIA Macau Philippines EUROPE Germany Netherlands Spain Italy Poland Portugal 23 countries Over 6000 survey participants Who is participating globally? AUSTRALIA New Zealand (World IFREI Study: IESE Family-Responsible Employer Index )
Take the survey. <ul><li>Select “Take the Survey” on www.workfamilyfoundation.org </li></ul><ul><li>It takes 15-20 minutes to complete online. (Most questions ask you to rate a statement on a scale of 1 to 7.) </li></ul><ul><li>All responses are private and anonymous; results to be aggregated. </li></ul><ul><li>After, view your feedback and see some of the world results. </li></ul><ul><li>Encourage others to take the survey too! </li></ul>
Help us to help Canadian workers When: June to October 17, 2011 Goal: 500 surveys and their families. Work-Life Study Canada 2011 www.workfamilyfoundation.org Thanks for helping to build the understanding of work-life issues in Canada!