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Tag: work-life balance

Employers group tells why workers can’t expect flexi-work options

MEF's Shamsuddin Bardan claims Malaysian companies generally can't afford them.

‘Uncooperative bosses’ cited as hurdle to work-life balance

Almost half of the respondents in a new study by Monster.com say their work-life balance is 'average' and in need of improvement.

Survey: Malaysians want job flexibility but don’t know how to ‘disconnect’

Nine in 10 want flexibility in their job but 63% say this will interfere with their personal lives.

5 truths about achieving the perfect work-life balance

If you manage your time wisely, it is possible to be highly productive while also getting enough time to rest and relax any way you choose.

Global survey finds university staff overworked, underpaid

Many of the respondents, largely from the United Kingdom and the US, say working in universities has taken a toll on their relationships.

German union steps up fight for ‘modern’ 28-hour week

The battle for better work-life balance has been met with fierce resistance from company bosses and stirred wider debate about quality of life and the future of work in booming Germany.

Global survey reveals the world’s most vacation-deprived demographic

City-dwellers, journalists and advertising executives have emerged among the world's most vacation-deprived workers in a new global survey.

Bosses-staff not on same page in most aspects of work

Study by recruitment firm shows that while employees see work-life balance and career progression as top priorities, employers give low importance to these.

Pay cut to work from home? Malaysians say yes!

World Bank report shows commuters wasted more than 250 million hours stuck in traffic jams in the Greater Kuala Lumpur area in 2014.

Expats: Malaysia offers better work-life balance

An HSBC survey reveals that expatriates find it relatively easy to relocate to Malaysia with nearly 66 per cent saying finding accommodation is easy, well above the global average of 46 per cent.