19. 04. 2018
The survey confirms what other both foreign and domestic surveys already showed – that satisfied employees are more effective workers and more loyal to their employers. There is apparently a relation not only between worker satisfaction and flexible work and benefits supporting work-life balance, but also between economic development and the growth of the organisation.
The main findings of the research show that:
The survey also confirmed that the issue has to be approached cross-sectionally – across generations
and age groups, as well as in the context of various life situations, as the need for combining work with private life as well as the practical possibilities for such a combination vary over the lives of individuals (due to changing needs, values, individual wishes and preferences as well as the actual living conditions and opportunities). Currently, most attention is devoted to parents with small children, especially mothers, although there is room also in this area for further improvement in work-life balance (see children playgrounds, care for children during school holidays, care for children under 3 years of age, etc.).
Report is available here