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Check around first. Find out what your colleagues or your competitors are doing in this area. ”This information can help you to explain and build support as you start to address work-life issues. • Set and communicate clear objectives. Explain the purpose of a needs assessment. For example: to define the business case for work-life balance; to identify the major work-life issues of employees; to determine how employees and managers can be more effective in their work and personal lives. • Ensure sufficient and balanced input.
8. g. for participation in work-life balance programs, for results such as reduced absenteeism) and include the targets in position descriptions and performance agreements. 9. Recognize and reward achievements. For example, tie performance bonuses to supports for work-life balance or establish annual awards for work units that meet targets for both productivity and work-life balance. 38 10. Celebrate successes. Feature case studies, publish stories and communicate gains and benefits of work-life balance in company newsletters, on the intranet or at company-sponsored events.
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