Are there more idiots on your commute than usual? Does it seem like everyone in your life needs an exorcism? Are you drinking more?
These are just a few of the signs that your work-life balance may be off .
Remember when your high school girlfriend said — “It’s not you, it’s me?” Yeah, actually, it IS you.
But don’t sweat it — job site Glassdoor.com is out with their annual list of the Top 25 Companies for Work-Life Balance.
Some of the common practices at companies with the best work-life balance include: flexible work schedules, telecommuting option, job sharing and compressed workweek. Plus, some one-off items like free snacks in the kitchen, an on-site gym and massage.
“It’s something that’s in the employer’s arsenal that will help employee satisfaction and keep morale up,” said Samantha Zupan, the corporate communications director at Glassdoor.com. “It’s simple things. If telecommuting is an option and productivity is up – why not? How much does a ping-pong table cost?”
Nearly one-fourth (24 percent) of companies have a formal work-life balance policy in place and more than half (52 percent) have an informal policy, a recent study from the Society of Human Resource Management found.Page 1 of 7 | Next Page