How to Identify a Job With Good Work-Life Balance

Jennifer L'Estrange
December 29, 2021

One of the main motivators in choosing a job has become work-life balance. Employers need to consider expectations on work-life balance for employees when creating culture and expectations for the workplace. Jen L’Estrange is quoted in Real Simple speaking to the negative effects on employees who do not create a good work-life balance for their employees. Having company culture that values work-life balance greatly benefits both employers and employees.

Burnout, especially when it leads to increased employee absence or turnover, kills productivity

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A commercial roofing contractor was in hyper growth mode. They had goals to increase their field workforce to expand their service area to additional states and geographical locations. If they were to grow their field workforce, they would also need to increase their administrative, operational and sales headcount to support the additional workload created by increased field work. Additionally, they were challenged in workforce retention and development, experiencing high turnover, and did not have a dedicated Human Resources professional to manage employee relations and compliance issues that come with trying to scale a business.

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