Work Life Balance
Building an appropriate organizational culture based on a balance between personal and professional life allows to maintain high activity and overall satisfaction, which translates directly proportionally to job performance, commitment and loyalty to the employer. Often, the employees themselves aren't aware of the risks, which are inherent to the professional pursuit, thinking that temporary dedication to job is quite natural in the course of career. Unfortunately, the imbalance between the different aspects of life, invariably leads to an increase in tension, which in turn leads to a decrease of satisfaction, increased frustration. In the long term perspective, which is assumed by each organization investing in its employees and self-development, it's the first step to an excessive stress, workaholism, professional burnout, and even depression. Employers' activity and their awareness of the risks could lead to an effective reduction of development of these diseases, and thus the long-term increase in profits.